28.04.2011 - Indonesia now seeks to pay 5.10pct on $2-$2.5bln global dollar bond
Indonesia has tightened final guidance on its planned 10-year global dollar bond, and is now seeking to pay a yield of 5.10%, and to raise a larger-than-expected $2 billion-$2.5 billion from the sale, a person close to the proposed deal said Wednesday. Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo said Wednesday the country plans to issue $1 billion of global sukuk, or Islamic bonds, in the second half of 2011, but may cancel this year's samurai bond issuance following Japan's devastating earthquake..............................................Full Article: Source
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