Asia DCM to stand firm despite Brexit concerns

By Narae Kim
16 Jun 2016

Asia’s bond markets have remained resilient despite a Federal Open Market Committee meeting this week and rising concerns about the UK referendum on European Union membership. With deal flow building up for next week, bankers said Asian issuers stand to benefit from volatility in Europe, writes Narae Kim.

Asia’s primary bond markets defied the twin fears of the FOMC on June 14-15 and the looming UK referendum on June 23.

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