Conventional Interbank Rates Daily average of interbank deposit rates at the Interbank Money Market in Kuala Lumpur, with individual rates being weighted accordingly by the volume of transactions at those rates. From Jan 1997 to December 2008
Collection of Consumer Price 2007 The Department of Statistics, Malaysia carries out monthly consumer price collection for the whole country. It covers a total of 135 collection centres, that is, 98 price collection centres in Peninsular Malaysia, 19 price collection centres in Sabah and 18 in Sarawak. Field officers collect prices of about 460 items from these selected outlets. The main objective of the price collection is to obtain data on prices paid by consumers for fixed items. These data will be used to compute the Consumer Price Index. The Consumer Price Index, in general, will be used as an indicator for price changes and as a 'proxy' of the inflation rate in the country.