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Bank Negara provides greater info for investors on bond market

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia is further developing the bond market by providing investors with greater access to information with the operationalisation of segregated securities accounts.

Emerging world bond outlook still good

MICHAEL Chang Wai Sing is the chief investment officer of fixed income for RHB Asset Management Sdn Bhd with over 17 years of fund management experience on fixed income investments for insurers and asset management companies.

Fed unwinding a sign of confidence in world economy

THE decision by the US Federal Reserve to start unwinding its US$4.2 trillion of bonds, despite inflation remaining low, is a sign of confidence in the growth prospects of the world economy.

Concerns over China’s US$29 trillion debt

WITH US$29 trillion in debt, China’s potential slowdown in economic growth may be a cause for concern but some do not expect its high growth to last forever, anyway.

Malaysia bonds back in favour

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s bonds are coming back in favour but the respite may be brief. The level of the nation’s foreign reserves is coming under scrutiny as investors brace for outflows from emerging markets.

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 17 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Monday, July 17

CIMB tops Bloomberg’s ringgit bonds league table for 12 years

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Investment Bank Bhd has maintained its leadership positions as Malaysian bond, equities and ringgit sukuk arranger, as well as for Asean local currency bonds for the first half of 2017. CIMB was also in the top two positions for global sukuk league table for the same period.

Ringgit hitting 4.1 to US dollar in second half not unrealistic, says Yeah

KUALA LUMPUR: Having braced through the worst of the financial storm, expectation that the ringgit could hit 4.1 against the US dollar in the second half of this year is not unrealistic, said Sunway University Business School economics professor Dr Yeah Kim Leng.

Ringgit seen rallying to eight-month high

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit may advance 4% as the latest measures by Bank Negara reduce the risks of holding the currency and the economy improves, a member of the central bank’s financial markets committee said.

M’sia slowly winning battle against FX speculators

SINGAPORE: Foreign portfolio investors say they are coming back to Malaysia’s markets, six months after many of them revolted against the central bank’s crackdown on the offshore ringgit trading market.