Malaysia Bond And Sukuk : Quarterly Report 2Q 2018

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2Q2018 – Well Received New Government
 
The demand for short term Malaysia Government Security (MGS) increase compared to its longer term as reflected in the drop in yield of 16bps of the 3Y MGS as opposed to an increase of 2bps in the 10Y MGS from May to June’18. This is a reflection of the market uncertainty in the change in government that happened during the last election on 9 May 2018.
 
GLOBAL MARKET

Overview
Federal Reserve increase the fed fund rate by 25 bp to 2% in June meeting. However, the market already anticipate the increase and the UST 10 year only rise 2 bp as at end June compared to end May 2018 yield.

MY Government Bond

Overview
MOF announce to follow its fiscal deficit to GDP target of 2.8% have help contain sentiment in the market as 10Y MGS yield normalizing around 4.20% despite the sell out in the longer-term bond as investor looking out for more certainty in the new government.
 
MY Corporate Bond & Sukuk

Overview
 Corporate bond and sukuk in the AAA spectrum show improvement in June after more flexible policy roll out by the MOF.
1H18 issuance kept in pace with last year at RM55.0 bill compare to 1H17 at RM54.8 bill


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GOVERNMENT BOND AUCTION

Overview
Total Government bond matured during the quarter is RM7.5 billion while new and reopening auction issued at RM30 billion. The take up during the quarter is decent with the average btc at 2.3401 with the highest for 7 year GII 08/25 at 3.397 btc and lowest 5 year MGS 04/23 at 1.563 btc. 

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For 3Q2018, there will be 2 GII maturing for August amounting to of RM17 billion and 1 MGS maturing amounting to RM11.86 billion in September. There will be 6 auction of MGS and 9 GII for next quarter. 

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CORPORATE BOND & SUKUK

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Disclaimer

This report has been prepared and issued by Bond and Sukuk Information Platform Sdn Bhd (“the Company”). The information provided in this report is of a general nature and has been prepared for information purposes only. It is not intended to constitute research or as advice for any investor. The information in this report is not and should not be construed or considered as an offer, recommendation or solicitation for investments. Investors are advised to make their own independent evaluation of the information contained in this report, consider their own individual investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs and should seek appropriate personalised financial advice from a qualified professional to suit individual circumstances and risk profile.
 
The information contained in this report is prepared from data believed to be correct and reliable at the time of issuance of this report. While every effort is made to ensure the information is up-to-date and correct, the Company does not make any guarantee, representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the adequacy, accuracy, completeness, reliability or fairness of any such information contained in this report and accordingly, neither the Company nor any of its affiliates nor its related persons shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for any consequences (including but not limited to any direct, indirect or consequential losses, loss of profits and damages) of any reliance thereon or usage thereof.
 
 
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