Slowdown in sukuk issuance, yields come down

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  • Wednesday, 08 Jul 2015

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KUALA LUMPUR: The strong demand for Islamic debt papers by foreigners appears to be reaching a plateau.

According to analysts, the demand for Islamic bond papers from foreign investors in the last one year has pushed up prices and subsequently the yields have come down.

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