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Asia's bonds find favour as volatility slides

BlackRock ranks Indonesia debt as its top pick in Asia after India
Saturday, February 18, 2017 - 05:50

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FUNDS are returning to Asia after the knee-jerk withdrawal following Donald Trump's election as US president, and declining volatility means debt in India, Indonesia and South Korea are attractive, money managers say. BlackRock Inc, Aberdeen Asset Management Plc and Aviva Investors share their

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