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Blue skies for Indonesian bonds as investors wager on yields

Relatively stable currency and restrained inflation are seen as pluses

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MORE CAREFUL NOW: While Indonesia's economy could do with more stimulus, ING economist Tim Condon reckons Bank Indonesia has learned its lesson after its premature easing in early 2015 roiled the rupiah and bond markets.

Singapore

INDONESIA'S bond market is drawing a rush of foreign capital as a rare combination of the country's high yields, low inflation and a stable currency promises growth-starved global investors an attractive return.

But investors are treading carefully, choosing strategies