02.05.2012 - Indonesia debt drops most in 8 months on Fuel: Islamic finance
Indonesian two-year sukuk, or the Islamic equivalent of bonds fell last month, pushing up yields by the most since September, as Standard & Poor's, kept the nationís credit rating at junk after the government maintained fuel subsidies. Yields on sovereign 8.8 percent Shariah-compliant dollar-denominated bonds due April 2014 climbed 39 basis points to 2.92 percent on April 30, according to data compiled by Bloomberg...............................................Full Article: Source
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