Exchange Rate in Malaysia
Inflation eased to 3.4% in March (February: 3.7%), on softer transport and food price pressures. Price pressures should ebb further in 2023 on softer demand, state subsidies and tighter financing conditions, bringing inflation within the Central Bank’s 2.0–3.0% target range in Q2. Commodity market volatility and the potential removal of fuel subsidies pose upside risks.
Malaysia Exchange Rate Chart
Malaysia Exchange Rate Data
|Exchange Rate (MYR per USD, eop)||4.05||4.13||4.09||4.02||4.17|