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Standardized Base Rate (SBR) to Replace Base Rate in August 2022
As the title implies, there will be a new reference framework for bank interest rates from 1st August 2022. So what is this Standardized Base Rate (SBR) al...
Malaysia's Bank Loan Moratorium 2020
In banking, a moratorium is a temporary suspension or delay of loan repayment. In light of the worsening Covid19 situation in this country, most banks in...
Standard Chartered Expects BNM to Keep OPR Unchanged at 3%
Standard Chartered Global Research expects Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) keep the overnight policy rate unchanged at 3%, after having cut by 25 basis points (...
Uniform Price for Peninsula, Sabah and Sarawak From April
The prices of essential goods in Sarawak and Sabah will be standardized with those in the peninsula on 1 April onwards to eliminate price discrepancies and...
Standardized Fuel Prices in Sarawak Within This Year
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs is looking at standardising prices of petrol and diesel within this year in Sarawak, with the setting u...
Standard Chartered Said to Mull Options for Malaysia Islamic Arm
Standard Chartered Plc is considering options for its Islamic banking unit in Malaysia, including a potential sale, people with knowledge of the matter sai...
Malaysia Needs 3 Years to Restore Fiscal Health – Guan Eng
Malaysia will require three years to restore its fiscal health and take its position as “the most promising emerging economy” to achieve high-income st...
Power Tariff Stays; SESB Up for Sale
KOTA KINABALU: Electricity tariff in Sabah will remain unchanged for the time being as the national power company Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) looks to sel...
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