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Ringgit watchers predict rebound on strong Malaysia fundamentals

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s ringgit is poised to rebound as the sell-off fueled by fears of a capital outflow eases and focus returns to the economy’s solid fundamentals, according to some currency watchers in the onshore market.


Foreign inflows into bonds fail to excite

US rate hikes, trade war and falling oil price expected to weigh on sentiment going forward


Higher bonds yields to extend into second half of year

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian bond market, which saw about RM13bil of foreign outflows in May, could see continued selling by foreign funds extending into the second half of this year with yields for the 10-year Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) projected to hover between 4% and 4.5%.


Foreigners still seek MGS

PETALING JAYA: The persistent upward pressure will likely see Malaysian government bond yields surpassing last year’s level and exceeding the 4% mark this year.


Foreign buying of Malaysian bonds to continue

PETALING JAYA: Yield differentials between Malaysian government securities (MGS) and US treasuries (UST) is set to narrow supported by healthy foreign buying of Malaysian bonds amid the country’s positive economic fundamentals


Political overhang in capital market will fade

PETALING JAYA: The political overhang in the capital markets due to the impending general election (GE) will fade as long as the economic fundamentals remain intact.


Malaysian bonds price rising inicating investor appetite

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian government bond prices are holding up despite a global sell-off in bonds on positive economic growth outlook, ample liquidity and at least one expected rate hike by Bank Negara.