Govt bonds downgraded


In a research note issued yesterday, DBS Research attributed the rating downgrade to Malaysian government bonds

PETALING JAYA: DBS Research has downgraded Malaysian government bonds to “neutral”, even as the local debt papers rank as the third-best performer among Asian emerging markets year-to-date.

In a research note issued yesterday, DBS Research attributed the rating downgrade to Malaysian government bonds’ rising valuation and mounting risk.

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