Malaysia's Central Bank Sees Another Year of Volatile FlowsBy and
Malaysian bonds, stocks had periodic selloffs in 2015
Inflation seen quickening this year, growth projected to slow
Malaysia’s central bank said the nation will probably be confronted by another year of volatile capital flows amid uncertainty in the global economy.
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