IMF study assesses Asean 5 bond market performance


An International Monetary Fund study, published on Thursday, says while bond markets in Asean 5 countries have performed well in recent years, further enhancements can deepen their financial sectors.

Simon Gray, Joshua Felman, Ana Carvajal and Andreas Jobst, the paper’s authors, examine a range of issues on the physical infrastructure of bond markets in Asean 5 countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand – and provide an assessment of developments in the five markets.


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