The Asian Bond Markets Inwho would have guessed that issuance from China would come to dominate the Asian G3 bond markets or that the global banks would be nudged out of local currency fixed income by domestic players? Date 30 Apr Share this article.
Reuters - Falling global interest rates and the promise of respite in long-running Sino-U. S trade tensions are luring investors seeking decent yields to emerging Asian bonds. With much of the developed world debt offering negative or negligible yields, and stock markets frustrated by slowing global growth and weakening prices, investors have turned to Asia.
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Items in EconStor are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated. Developing local currency bond markets in Asia. Local currency bond markets in emerging Asian economies have expanded dramatically since governments took steps to end the currency and maturity mismatches that savaged borrowers in the region's financial crisis nearly 20 years ago.
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Alastair Watson: We have a long history through the Asian markets. Jeremy Piper. But as the wealth being generated in Asia — particularly China — outstrips the capacity of the local bond markets to absorb it, it means that the investor base needs to diversify.
AsianBondsOnline is a one-stop source of information on bond markets in emerging East Asia. Local currency government bond yields fell in most markets in emerging East Asia between 1 March and 15 May, according to the latest Asia Bond Monitor. Bond yields declined amid a slowing world economy, global trade tensions, and other downside risks.
In many industrialised countries, returns on bonds have fallen to a level that barely covers inflation. If you are looking for higher returns, Asia could be the answer. China has modernised its economy at breathtaking speed.
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Asian bond markets are growing rapidly as Asian borrowers switch away from short term bank loans towards longer term debt financing. Although Asia also includes countries of the Middle East, some CIS countries and the vast majority of the land mass of Russia and Turkey, in financial markets it is often only East Asia and South Asia that are included in the term. Issuance in Asia is predominantly issued by sovereign issuers but corporate bonds are becoming an important source of growth in Asian fixed-income markets.