28.10.2015 - Malaysian bonds bounce back as 1MDB fears fade
Malaysia’s bonds are showing signs of stability, heating up the debate on when to pile back into Asia’s worst-performing debt. Malaysia’ corporate dollar-denominated notes have returned 1.5% this month, paring their losses for the year to 1.7%, the biggest on a JPMorgan Chase & Co index. The cost of insuring the nation’s sovereign debt has fallen the most in four years in October, while the ringgit has rallied 3.2% after a decline of 20% in the first nine months...............................................Full Article: Source
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