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Foreign investors cut back on emerging Asia govt bonds in anticipation of US rate hike

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 - 05:50

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Some investors think the falling yuan might prompt some foreign investors to sell Chinese bonds and move into other emerging Asian debt.

Singapore

FOREIGN investors have cut holdings in most emerging Asian government bonds so far this month on expectations that US interest rates will rise in December and that other major central banks will not ease further.

South Korea, India and Thailand have suffered outflows so

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