Sluggish global inflows negative for Asia bond markets: DBS

16 Jul 2012

The slowdown in international inflows to Asia is likely permanent as developed market easing becomes less of a stimulus, leaving the outlook for Asian bond markets uncertain, says DBS

Global capital flows into Asia have slowed as international investors turned risk averse and the region’s currency-appreciation story has come to a halt. Monetary easing policy in developed markets is unlikely to continue indefinitely and as such the slowdown is more likely a new reality than a temporary ...

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