Malaysia external debt

Malaysia external debt: 1242535.07 (-0.76%)
Last Update: December 31, 2023

Malaysia external debt closed down 1242535.07 as of December 31, 2023 from 1252007.33 from the previous month and 958455.56 from last year.

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Malaysia external debt

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Malaysia external debt

2023-12-31 1242535.07
2023-09-30 1252007.33
2023-06-30 1213102.27
2023-03-31 1168737.09
2022-12-31 1144663.32
2022-09-30 1169433
2022-06-30 1128266.21
2022-03-31 1111212.58
2021-12-31 1070267
2021-09-30 1056979.6
2021-06-30 1020664.7
2021-03-31 1039656
2020-12-31 958455.56
2020-09-30 953311.24
2020-06-30 1002956
2020-03-31 975907
2019-12-31 946292.04
2019-09-30 916441
2019-06-30 931083.27
2019-03-31 903679.82
2018-12-31 924887.22
2018-09-30 933396.8
2018-06-30 927292.79
2018-03-31 884911.36

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Malaysia external debt Historical Data

The MacroVar database offers free access to historical data for the Malaysia external debt, dating back to 1950. This extensive dataset is readily available through MacroVar versatile platforms, including a user-friendly web interface, a robust Python API, and convenient Excel integration. By leveraging these tools, users can efficiently retrieve and analyze decades of Malaysia external debt data, supporting a wide range of research, financial analysis, and decision-making processes.

What is the Malaysia external debt

Malaysia's external debt refers to the amount of money that the country owes to foreign creditors. This debt can include loans, bonds, and other financial instruments that Malaysia has borrowed from sources outside of the country. External debt is an important indicator of a country's financial health and can impact its ability to access credit in the future. Malaysia's external debt levels are closely monitored by economists and policymakers to ensure that the country can meet its financial obligations and maintain a stable economy.