Asia Bond Monitor September 2011

“The size of local currency bond markets in emerging East Asia continued to expand in the first half of this year, rising to USD5.5 trillion at the end of June, 2.4% higher in local currency terms than at the end of March, and 7.7% more than at the end of June 2010. The overall emerging East Asian market’s growth was driven by corporate bonds, which grew by 4.4% quarter-on-quarter. The PRC’s corporate bond market grew at a more rapid pace of 6.3% in the same period and is now the region’s largest corporate bond market.”

Read the full report – http://asianbondsonline.adb.org/documents/abm_sep_2011.pdf?src=newsletter&id=Vd7k9wdkOhnXujvrtQLVzHQl3Ygf9j

Read the news release – http://asianbondsonline.adb.org/documents/abm_news_release_sep_2011.pdf?src=newsletter&id=Vd7k9wdkOhnXujvrtQLVzHQl3Ygf9j

Read past issues – http://asianbondsonline.adb.org/regional/abm.php?src=newsletter&id=Vd7k9wdkOhnXujvrtQLVzHQl3Ygf9j

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AsianBondsOnline is an ASEAN+3 initiative, supported by the Asian Development Bank and funded by the Government of Japan. It offers easy, centralized access to information about the region’s rapidly developing bond markets. The website contains essential data on current market activities, the legal and regulatory framework of each market, and monitors government policies and initiatives affecting the industry.

It covers the 13 markets listed above and the Asian regional market. The Office of Regional Economic Integration of the Asian Development Bank developed and maintains AsianBondsOnline.

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