Indonesia lands dollars, euros in tight deal

The Republic of Indonesia raised more than $1bn from tightly priced bonds in the dollar and euro markets this week, taking advantage of improved investor sentiment and a recent upgrade to draw in investors.

  • By Morgan Davis
  • 12 Jun 2019

Indonesia, along with six other Asian borrowers, benefitted from the change in investor sentiment on Tuesday thanks to expectations of lower interest rates and a US-Mexico deal to avoid tariffs. This allowed the sovereign to push into the market for a successful trade.

The southeast Asian ...

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