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Foreigners shy away from Asian bond markets data from Malaysia and others show


  • Markets
  • Wednesday, 20 Feb 2019

South Korean bond markets led the region with an outflow of $3.36 billion, followed by Malaysia with $574 million.

South Korean bond markets led the region with an outflow of $3.36 billion, followed by Malaysia with $574 million.

Foreign flows into emerging Asian bonds turned negative for the first time in four months in January, data from Malaysia and others showed, suggesting that a shift away from a tightening bias for regional central banks is dimming the attraction of its debt.

Foreigners sold a net $3.27 billion worth of bonds last month, the highest since June 2018, data from central banks and bond market associations in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea and India showed.

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