Regional investors underpin Asia's G3 bond markets

The Asian G3 bond market has weathered global volatility well say DCM syndicate bankers, with regional investors and declining US Treasury yields supporting recent issuance.

It is a year which has already confounded expectations for the prospects of the Asian G3 bond market.

The widely-held belief that US interest rates would rise and US dollar bond issuance would decline is starting to get turned on its head, leading economists to revise their forecasts and borrowers to adjust their funding plans. 

As Asia enters the year of the monkey, FinanceAsia canvassed a selection of the region's DCM syndicate bankers for their views on the uncertain months ahead. 

Here in part one, they each discuss the impact global volatility has been having on primary and secondary...

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