SINGAPORE (June 4): Given the massive selloff of perpetual bonds earlier in March, analysts believe the bonds market has limited downside as risks have been largely priced in. 

“Yields have been compressed as we start to see demand for attractive risk-reward despite non-call risks,” says Phillip Capital credit analyst Timothy Ang. 

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