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Supercharged Indonesian bonds have all these reasons to rally
Indonesia’s bonds have blown away their competitors this year and there are plenty of reasons to suggest they have room to keep rising.
Bonds rise in India on government assurance on borrowing target
Sovereign bonds rallied in India after the government said that it will stick to its record borrowing target for now, allaying fears of mounting fiscal risks for the administration after the $20 billion tax-cut stimulus.
All risks besieging Europe bonds spilling over into 2019
For the European bond investors who survived a bruising 2018, there may be bad news in the year ahead.
China is now the world's largest issuer of 'green' bonds
China has dominated global issuance of ‘green’ bonds for two straight years — a trend that will likely continue as the world's top carbon-emitter tries to play a larger role to contain climate change.
Portugal places €1.75b of bonds
Portugal placed €1.75 billion ($2 billion) in six- and 12-month treasury bills at average yields more negative than the previous comparable auctions, according to Portuguese Treasury and Debt Management Agency (IGCP).
Hydrogen bonds directly detected
For the first time, scientists have succeeded in studying the strength of hydrogen bonds in a single molecule using an atomic force microscope.
Singing to babies engages their attention, creates bonds
Mothers singing to babies is an age-old practice found across all cultures and traditions. Now US research finds it is actually an important way to create bonds and stimulate children.
African bond issuance slumps to six-year low
Sovereign bond issuance by African countries plunged to its lowest level since 2010 last year as skittish investors pushed up yields and balked at much of the proposed new borrowing.
Italy, Portugal bonds set for yearly loss
Italian and Portuguese government bond yields were on track on Friday to end 2016 with their first yearly rise since the 2011 eurozone debt crisis.
Councils urged to use bonds for infrastructure projects
Councils should use bonds to fund much needed green infrastructure projects such as renewable energy and flood defenses, according to the Lord Mayor of London.
UN, World Bank to launch refugee, reconstruction bonds
International agencies plan to raise billions of dollars to tackle the worsening refugee crisis in the Middle East and North Africa by issuing new bonds to help displaced people and support reconstruction in the war-torn region.

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