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Corporates rush to lock in low rates

Year to date, Singdollar bond market has already raised S$4.8b; home buyers also expected to pin down borrowing costs for next 2-3 years
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 - 05:50

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The plunge in local interest rates to a five-month low has led to a rush of companies selling debt, including the year's first retail bond offering.

Singapore

THE plunge in local interest rates to a five-month low has led to a rush of companies selling debt, including the year's first retail bond offering.

Currency players say that home buyers might want to emulate these companies and lock in borrowing costs for the next 2-3

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