Investors pile into Southeast Asian US dollar bank bonds

Positive market sentiment opened an opportunistic window for Maybank and Kasikornbank to issue US dollar bonds but most Southeast Asian lenders have yet to become active international borrowers.

  • 15 Sep 2012

Yield-hungry investors swarmed to place orders in Southeast Asian bank bonds in the US dollar market after positive developments in Europe heightened investor appetite for ‘BBB’-rated credits.

Investors quickly became hungrier for risky assets after a German court ratified a eurozone bailout fund on September 12, restoring confidence ...

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