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telegram中文群组( Negara maintains OPR at 1.75%


KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara has maintained its overnight policy rate (OPR) at 1.75%, in line with the consensus expectation of economists surveyed in a Reuters poll.In a statement, the central bank said the monetary policy committee considers the current stance of monetary policy to be "appropriate and accommodative".Citing the latest high-frequency indicators, Bank Negara said economic activity rebounded in the fourth quarter in line with the relaxation of containment measures.For 2021, growth is projected to be in the range of 3% to 4%."Looking ahead, growth is expected to gain further momentum in 2022."This will be driven by the expansion in global demand and higher private sector expenditure amid improvements in the labour market and continued policy support," said the central bank.However, it added that risks to the growth outlook remain tilted to the downside, arising from weaker-than-expected global growth, a worsening in supply chain disruptions and the emergence of severe and vaccine-resistance Covid-19 variants of concern.On inflation, Bank Negara said headline inflation averaged 2.3% from the January to November period in 2021.The average headline inflation is expected to remain moderate in 2022 as the base effect from fuel inflation dissipates.Underlying inflation as measured by core inflation meanwhile is expected to edge upwards as the economic activity normalises amid the environment of high input costs.Core inflation is expected to be modest with upside risk contained by the continued slack in the economy and labour market."The outlook, however, continues to be subject to global commodity price developments amid risks from prolonged supply-related disruptions," said Bank Negara.Malaysia's OPR was cut to 1.75% from 2% in July 2020 as the central bank moved to provide additional policy stimulus to accelerate the pace of economic recovery in light of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.Most analysts are of the view that there could be an increase in the interest rate in the second half of 2022 as economic activity moves towards normalcy.