The decision by Malaysia’s central bank (BNM) to leave the overnight policy rate unchanged at 3.0% came as no surprise. Despite the poor near term outlook for economic growth, we expect BNM to remain on the sidelines over the coming year amid concerns about the impact of planned cuts to fuel and food subsidies on inflation.
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