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PETALING JAYA: The bond market, which is expected to see total issuance of RM80bil to RM95bil this year, could come under pressure resulting in a yield spike in the Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) amid the imminent US Federal Reserve rate hike and inflationary pressure, according to analysts.
PETALING JAYA: Although most analysts are not revising their bond projections target for next year, many agree that bonds, especially the Malaysian Government Securities (MGS), will come under intense pressure in terms of yields with lower crude prices coupled with the weaker ringgit.
PETALING JAYA: The latest move by the US Federal Reserve (Fed) to taper its bond purchases will slow down local bond issuance this year but will not significantly impact the bond market as a whole unless the reduction of bond purchases is aggressive.
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Investment Bank Bhd (CIMB IB), which arranged RM28.13bil or 37.3% of RAM Rating Services' rated private debt securities (PDS) and Sukuk in 2013, took top spots in the rating agency's league tables.
PETALING JAYA: Fund managers remain bullish on the local bond market despite the possibility of further hikes in Malaysian bond yields resulting in higher borrowing costs from the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) move to cut monthly bond purchases coupled with inflationary pressure in the domestic market.
PETALING JAYA: Getting back onto the Securities Commission (SC) syariah-compliant stock list can be costly for some public-listed companies affected by a new SC guideline, say industry experts.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s economic conditions and the soon-to-be-announced Budget 2014 will set the tone for the domestic local bond market for the rest of the year and 2014, rather than the United States’ looming debt ceiling and partial government shutdown, said industry observers.
THIS week was a rough one for Malaysia. The stock market fell the most in seven weeks, the ringgit dropped to the lowest in three years and the yield of Malaysian government’s 10-year debt paper increased to the highest point since January 2011. That reaction stems from Fitch Ratings downgrading its outlook for Malaysia’s credit rating.