Feb 2 Malaysia's central bank will launch a new Islamic money market instrument later this week, helping broaden the liquidity management tools available in the country's Islamic banking sector.
Bank negara Malaysia will auction 1 billion ringgit ($237.7 million) worth of 9-month and 12-month Islamic treasury bills on Friday, according to regulatory filings.
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