By Charon Birkett
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The slope and width of the band remained unchanged. One important consequence of renewed concern about inflation in the financial markets is that investors are beginning to pay more attention to the inflation-adjusted returns on Asian bonds. Figure 13 compares yields on 1-year bonds for emerging East Asian government bonds and 1-year 26 HKG INO JPN KOR MAL PHI SIN THA VIE USA –12 –10 –8 –6 –4 –2 0 2 PRC = People's Republic of China; HKG = Hong Kong, China; INO = Indonesia; JPN = Japan; KOR = Republic of Korea; MAL = Malaysia; PHI = Philippines; SIN = Singapore; THA = Thailand; VIE = Viet Nam; USA = United States.
7%. In contrast, the amount of asset- and mortgage-backed securities outstanding has been on a steady decline for several years, with no new issuance since 4Q08. LCY = local currency, m-o-m = month-on-month, q-o-q = quarter-on-quarter, y-o-y = year-on-year. Notes: 1. Calculated using data from national sources. 2. Treasury bonds include savings bonds and local government bonds. 3. Bloomberg LP end-of-period LCY–US$ rate is used. 4. Growth rates are calculated from LCY base and do not include currency effects.
3% growth in 1Q11. 5% y-o-y, respectively. 5% in 1Q11. 4%.
Asia Bond monitor: September 2011 by Charon Birkett