Emerging Asia Economics

Emerging Asia Economics Update

6 June, 2018

Malaysia: What to make of BNM head’s resignation

The resignation of Malaysia’s central bank governor amid accusations of corruption at the Bank is an encouraging sign that the new government’s anti-corruption drive is gathering pace. The new governor, who has not yet been announced, will take over during a period of increased uncertainty. While we think that interest rates will remain on hold this year, a rate cut is more likely than another rate hike.

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