Fixed income poll 2016 results: part one

FinanceAsia is pleased to present the first results from its 2016 fixed income poll.

FinanceAsia surveyed 344 Asian bond investors for its latest fixed income poll, keeping the polls opened for eight days after Donald Trump was elected as the next president of the United States.

We asked investors questions on what they expected from the year to come, and in particular how they were planning to change their allocations to Asia’s bond markets. But the emphasis was on the research houses, the borrowers, and the rating agencies that these investors most valued.

Over the next week, we will announce the results of FinanceAsia’s Fixed Income Poll for 2016. We start today with a summary of...

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