M3 money supply increased 15.0% y/y in April.

By bne IntelliNews June 1, 2012
Malaysia's M3 money supply increased by 15.0% y/y in April this year, unchanged, as compared to the growth of March. As reported by Dow Jones International News, the banks' non-performing loan ratio was recorded at 1.8% during the period, as compared to 1.7% registered in March. The banking system's risk-weighted capital ratio posted 14.5% during the period, as compared to 14.7% recorded in March.

M3 money supply increased 15.0% y/y in April.

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