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Slower Pace Of Household Loan Debt Accumulation Is Positive For Malaysian Economy - Moody ’s

Slower Pace Of Household Loan Debt Accumulation Is Positive For Malaysian Economy - Moody ’s

 2017-02-07

Household loan statistics which point to a slower pace of household debt accumulation is positive for the Malaysian economy, as it also shows an improvement in the quality of household lending, says M...



 housing loan, property, debt


Banking Institutions To Continue Giving Home Loans For Eligible Customers

Banking Institutions To Continue Giving Home Loans For Eligible Customers

 2016-09-20

Banking institutions will continue to provide home financing facilities to eligible customers, said the Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) and the Association of Islamic Banking Institutions Malay...



 government, Bank Negara, affordable homes, finance, debt


Malaysians are borrowing too much, not saving enough

Malaysians are borrowing too much, not saving enough

 2016-08-30

KUALA LUMPUR: There is a concern that Malaysians are borrowing too much and not saving enough, according to a report by Khazanah Research Institute. While household debt growth has been moderating ...



 household, debt, finance, property, expenses


Options for first time house buyers

Options for first time house buyers

 2016-08-11

PETALING JAYA: In the wake of increasing pressure on banks to relax lending rules, the Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) is asking first time home buyers to consider applying for Government schem...



 government, affordable homes, housing loan, debt


Knight Frank: Widening gap in property supply and demand a concern

Knight Frank: Widening gap in property supply and demand a concern

 2016-08-10

PETALING JAYA: In its first half 2016 report on the real estate industry, Knight Frank noted that the market outlook for the high-end condominium segment remained lacklustre, impacted by weak sentimen...



 property market, household, debt, housing development


Household debt to GDP ratio at 89.1%

Household debt to GDP ratio at 89.1%

 2016-04-28

The country's national household debt to gross domestic product (GDP) ratio in 2015 stood at 89.1 per cent, the Dewan Negara was told today. Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong said the bul...



 GDP, household, debt


Household debt increases

Household debt increases

 2016-03-24

The household debt-to-gross domestic product (GDP) ratio increased to 89.1% last year but the ability to service debt remains sound, said Bank Negara. “This continued to be supported by a broadly...



 GDP, Bank Negara, household debt