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Malaysia Bond and Sukuk : Quarterly Report 4Q 2019

Mar 18, 2020

MGS/GII received RM 8.12 billion net inflow in November, the highest since November 2017, and for the year 2019. Overall for 4Q19, MGS/GII yields ended 2bps – 14bps lower than 3Q19. The trade war tension between the US and China has dissipated with phase 1 trade deal progress, which pushed...

Beginner’s Guide to Bond and Sukuk Malaysia (Free e-book)

Feb 14, 2020

Bond and sukuk are financial instruments that are somehow still less known and strange among the general public. Like any other financial instruments such as stocks, bonds and sukuk provide an investment opportunity for people to earn returns and additional 

Gross Issuance of Government And Corporate Bonds To Remain Robust...

Jan 24, 2020

Yields on local govvies ended 2019 significantly lower compared to the preceding year with Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) taking the lead. The decline in yields was mainly driven by easing monetary policies adopted by global central banks against the backdrop of a sluggish global economic...

SC Publishes Guidelines on Digital Assets

Jan 20, 2020

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) on January 15, 2020 published the Guidelines on Digital Assets (Guidelines) that outlines the framework for fundraising through digital token offering in Malaysia.

Investing in Banks' Capital Bonds and Sukuk

Jan 16, 2020

Investing in banks’ capital bonds and sukuk can be a good start as everyone knows what the bank does (lend money at higher interest rates from deposits collected) and each of us normally has at least one bank account, other than the importance of the sector to drive economic growth as...

China’s Green Bonds Show How Sustainable Investment Can Work

Jan 07, 2020

Everyone (except Donald Trump) seems to be getting worried about climate change – and so they should. They need to worry about the known problem of governments failing to get to grips with the issue and also the lesser known failure of the financial system to deliver solutions.

Scomi Energy Unit Defaults on RM 55 million Worth of Bonds

Jan 06, 2020

Scomi Energy Services Bhd (SESB) unit, KMCOB Capital Bhd (the issuer), has defaulted on paying back the principal of RM 55 million Series E bonds due on 14 December 2019. The bond issued under the RM 320 million Guaranteed Serial Bond 

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