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Bond market's summer musings

Andrew Wong, Ezien Hoo and Wong Hong Wei
Andrew Wong, Ezien Hoo and Wong Hong Wei9/2/2021 8:22 PM GMT+08  • 7 min read
Bond market's summer musings
The climate in the region’s bond markets over the past eight weeks has been anything but idyllic.
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Summer in capital markets has historically been associated with slow, idyllic weeks where traders and investors take advantage of the market lull to go on vacation. While this is slowly becoming a thing of the past, given the increased participation of investment pools based in the Asia-Pacific region, the climate in the region’s bond markets over the past eight weeks has been anything but idyllic.

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