Did they get it right? Revisiting Deutsche's 2010 debt outlook

We review the forecasts made by the most active bank in the G3 bond markets this year and find out what it expects for the latter half of 2010.

When FinanceAsia spoke with Deutsche Bank in January the forecast was for another year of robust volumes in Asia's G3 bond markets, with Chinese property developers and high-yield borrowers expected to contribute a greater share of new issuance. Deutsche also predicted activity in Hong and India to increase, alongside the traditionally dominant Korea.

Now, six months down the track, it looks like Deutsche got it right, with its overall predictions barely deviating from what has unfolded so far.

Over the past six months the market has been hit by global events, such as the sovereign debt problems in Europe and the tightening of regulations in the China property sector, which have driven volatility higher....

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