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Bank Negara to liberalise regulated short-selling of bonds

Aim: To provide flexible hedging of interest-rate exposure and generate liquidity in secondary govt bond market

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The Malaysian central bank will liberalise the regulated short-selling framework from May 2, to widen residents' participation in short-selling activities.

Kuala Lumpur

THE Malaysian central bank will liberalise the regulated short-selling framework from May 2, to widen residents' participation in short-selling activities.

The move is aimed at providing more flexible hedging of interest-rate exposure and to generate more liquidity in

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