Investors seek value in Asia’s bond market

By Morgan Davis
26 May 2020

Asia’s investors see plenty of value in the region’s dollar bonds amid the ongoing volatility, but warn that default concerns are rising.

The number of dollar bonds sold publicly in Asia ex-Japan reached 209 on Monday, down from 267 at the same time last year, according to Dealogic. Bond volumes are nearly on par, however, at $136bn in 2020 versus $133bn in 2019. This was in part driven by chunky ...

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