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Malaysia to impose cash transaction limit of RM25,000 starting next year

Malaysia is planning to impose a cash transaction limit (CTL) of RM25,000 starting next year to further strengthen the country’s financial integrity and curb illicit activities

People saved the economy – Mohamad

The 2019 second quarter (Q2) economic and financial developments report issued by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) shows that the government did not contribute to the national economic growth at all.

Malaysian economy grew by 4.5% in Q1 2019

The national economy grew by 4.5 percent in the first quarter of 2019 and private sector activity remained the key driver of growth -BNM

Mahathir misplaced attack on Murad – Salleh

Murad merely testified in the RCI hearing the real amount of forex losses, which he revealed was RM31.5 billion and not RM5.7 billion. It was Kit Siang, however, who for 20 years has been asking for the RCI on BNM's forex losses.

International reserves at US$101.9 billion

The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) amounted to USD101.9 billion (equivalent to RM430.4 billion) as at 30 November 2017.

Forex RCI: Nor Mohamed guilty, investigation needed for Tun M, Anwar

The Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on the Foreign Exchange (Forex) Trading by the Central Bank of Malaysia (BNM) has found that Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop is guilty.

BNM formulating five-year national strategy to elevate financial literacy

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is currently formulating a five-year national strategy, with three main thrusts, namely clarity, collaboration and commitment, aimed at elevating financial literacy.

International reserves of BNM amounted to USD100.8 billion

The international reserves of Bank Negara Malaysia amounted to USD100.8 billion (equivalent to RM432.8 billion) as at 15 September 2017

BNM to focus on Malaysian Development Financial Institutions

Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is planning to work with the leadership of local financial institutions and other stakeholders in government to address a more focused delivery of mandates under the Malaysian Development Financial Institutions.

BNM is in a sweet spot

After four quarters of expansion that beat expectations, Governor Muhammad Ibrahim said in August that “when economic growth is entrenched, and if inflation is essentially benign, it gives Bank Negara a bit more flexibility in terms of policy.”