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Glass Half Full Or Empty For Malaysia

Ang Beng Kuan, Head of Investment, Hong Leong Islamic Asset Management

08-Aug-22 09:15

Glass Half Full Or Empty For Malaysia

Investors globally are still viewing markets as a glass half empty with a risk off approach. With recession and stagflation risks now top concerns for investors. What then is the best fixed income investment strategy in light of the expected hikes in OPR and current Ringgit weakness. Ang Beng Kuan, Head of Investment at Hong Leong Islamic Asset Management tells us.

Produced by: Wong Shou Ning

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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Tags:  Malaysia fixed incomefixed income strategybank negara malaysiamalaysia economy


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