This marks the second consecutive drop in prices for RON97.
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says Malaysia is mulling a biodiesel stabilisation fund to contain biofuel prices.
He says the three issues that needed greater focus are affordable housing, cost of essential goods and reduction of toll rates.
Government is spending RM103.76 million in subsidies to rein in the price of fuel from May 11 to May 17.
Bank Negara Malaysia deputy governor says the percentage of income spent to service the mortgage must not exceed the person’s financial capacity, and they must be able to pay for other obligations on top of this commitment.
Sabahans cautiously spending their money, while a former minister bemoans politicians who only want power.
Primary industries minister says the export of palm oil in the first two months of the year also increased.
Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says RM5.4 billion was collected from SST last year, more than the targeted collection of RM4 billion.
The issues include residential overhangs that have gone into the billions, high house prices, oversupply of houses in wrong locations and high household debts.
Prices of RON95 and diesel remain unchanged.
The build was likely caused by both refinery maintenance as well as distortion after bad weather in the Gulf of Mexico.
Biodiesel production is forecast to use 12-13 million tonnes of crude palm oil this year, up from about 10 million tonnes last year.
Hopes of an end to the trade spat between the two world's biggest economies added support to a market that has been rallying on production cuts.
The risks of a slow-down in the Chinese economy spilling over into lower household demand for dairy remain a vulnerability to ongoing price growth.
The prime minister says the prices of goods 'must move with the times'.
International Brent crude oil futures climbed to a 2019 high of US$63.37 per barrel around 0800 GMT after already rising by 3% the previous session.
Investors are waiting to see how Venezuela responds to the latest American sanctions.
US energy companies last week increased the number of rigs looking for new oil for the first time since late December.
Philippine's central bank governor says policy responses will be data dependent, timely and appropriate.
Adding to the overproduction by refiners are concerns that fuel consumption will decline because of a global economic slowdown.
Greater demand for diesel, especially from China has led to a slight increase in diesel prices.
Futures climbed 3.3% in New York to cap the third straight weekly increase.
US output has soared by 2.4 million bpd since January 2018, stoking fears of a supply glut.
Prices are up more than 20% since hitting an almost two-year low in December.