Indo bond auctions fail to attract investors

Investors of Indonesian assets have largely adopted a ‘wait-and-see’ approach in the wake of market volatility, increasing the risk that the sovereign will be unable to meet its targeted 2013 financing plans, say experts.

  • 12 Jul 2013

A variety of factors – both domestic and international – has led to the deterioration in investor appetite for Indonesian assets and could persist into the second half of the year, potentially affecting the sovereign’s ability to raise financing in both its domestic conventional and Islamic bond market.

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