Foreign investment to increase in slowing Australian bond market

Australia’s sovereign bond spreads are likely to remain stable or fall on the back of strong international demand and slowing growth in the country’s local bond market.

  • 06 Jul 2012

Australian bond yields could continue to fall mainly on the back of sustained international investor interest in sovereign debt, with a decrease in Commonwealth government bond issuance playing a smaller role.

The prediction of further performance in the yields of Australian government bonds, known as Commonwealth Government Securities ...

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