08.02.2013 - Indonesia bond yield falls toward one-year low on fund inflows
Indonesia’s bonds advanced, pushing the two-year yield to the lowest level since February 2012, after foreign investors boosted holdings of the securities. Rupiah forwards were little changed. The Finance Ministry will offer three-year Islamic notes to individual investors with a coupon of 6 percent from tomorrow through Feb. 22, it said today. The government’s similar-maturity conventional debt yields 4.49 percent...............................................Full Article: Source
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