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PETALING JAYA: Stock market indices provider FTSE Russell retained Malaysian bonds on its FTSE World Government Bond Index (WGBI) watch list with the next review due in March next year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips ended Friday on a slighter weaker note with the benchmark FBM KLCI below the important 1, 600 level on losses by Sime Plantation and Maybank despite firmer economic data and stronger ringgit.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara announced further steps to increase market liquidity, ahead of an expected decision by FTSE Russell in September on whether to retain ringgit bonds in its index.
KUALA LUMPUR: The case is growing for Bank Negara Malaysia to bolster the economy with another interest-rate cut -- and to provide some much-needed encouragement for inflows to the ringgit bond market.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign appetite for Ringgit bonds remained lacklustre in May with RM4.2bil of outflows in May as the US-China trade tensions intensified, according to Maybank Investment Bank Research.
KUALA LUMPUR: A year after Malaysia’s historic election, public euphoria surrounding the new government has evaporated. And investors are losing patience too.
KUALA LUMPUR: A storm is brewing for Malaysian bonds as the threat of an US$8bil (RM33bil) outflow and a falling ringgit erode sentiment, even in the face of a likely interest-rate cut.
US rate hikes, trade war and falling oil price expected to weigh on sentiment going forward
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%.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Financial Markets Committee (FMC) and Bank Negara have announced the operationalisation of segregated securities accounts via the Real-time Electronic Transfer of Funds and Securities System (Rentas) for payments to further develop the Malaysian bond market.