Annual interest rates, daily interest, effective interest rates…what do these terms mean, and how do they affect you?
Bank Negara Malaysia maintained the overnight policy rate (OPR) at 3.00% in anticipation the country will register higher economic growth and moderating inflation.
As widely expected, Bank Negara has kept the overnight policy rate (OPR) unchanged.
Standard Chartered Bank’s global research unit predicts the next OPR cut.
The Base Rate system has replaced the Base Lending Rate as the main reference rate for retail floating rate loans. Read on to find out how Base Rate works.
The overnight policy rate (OPR) rate cut, coupled with new proposed measures for the Malaysian real estate investment trusts (M-REITs), is giving a boost to the sector.
Consumers will enjoy lower mortgage interest rates – but also lower fixed deposit rates.
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