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KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesia’s bonds have returned three times as much as Malaysia’s this year as policy makers in South-East Asia’s biggest economy embark on the longest easing cycle since the global financial crisis. Government securities in Indonesia returned 18% in 2016, while Malaysia’s rose 5.5%, less than the regional average.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara believes the time is right for the Malaysian Government to issue an Emas bond after Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) raised US$4.5bil through a combination of conventional bonds and sukuk that have attracted significant foreign interest.
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.
The independent power producers (IPPs) face a possible downgrade of their bonds with the Windfall Profit Levy (Electricity) Order 2008, which came into effect on July 1.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit is expected to consolidate next week, continuing its uptrend amid positive sentiment in tandem with the upbeat outlook for Malaysia's economic fundamentals.
This is the first in a revival of the series by Aseambankers Malaysia Bhd economist and head of fixed income research BALJEET GREWAL on the development of the Malaysian bond market. The monthly series will cover topics such as asset-backed securitisation, Islamic bond market, and structured products as well as other fixed income instruments. This month she examines the impact of the rise in the US Fed fund rate on the local bond market.