Malaysia Banking System: Total Loan by Purpose
The statistics show the classification of loans by purpose in Malaysia's banking system. The data shows the classification of loan for the following purposes: Purchase of Securities, Purchase of Transport Vehicles, Purchase of Landed Property, Purchase of Fixed Assets Other Than Land and Building, Personal Use, Credit Card, Purchase of Consumer Durables, Construction, Mergers and Acquisition, Working Capital, Other Purpose. The data is extracted from Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and is updated monthly.
The statistics show the classification of loan by purpose in Malaysia's banking system. Its an indicator of the total liquidity available for the industry. If the total loan in a certain industry decreases, it means the amount paid back by borrowers is higher than the loan amount taken up by borrowers. It's a bad sign for the industry as a decrease in loan demand shows that borrowers are bearish on the outlook of that industry.