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By Charon Birkett

The Asia Bond video display (ABM) experiences fresh advancements in East Asian neighborhood forex bond markets in addition to the outlook, hazards, and coverage thoughts. The ABM covers the ten organization of Southeast Asian international locations member international locations plus the People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; and the Republic of Korea.

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Of 16 Hong Kong, China 14 Indonesia 12-Aug-11 30-Jun-11 10 31-Mar-11 8 Korea, Rep. 25 May -08 Oct Mar -08 -09 Aug Dec -09 -09 China, People's Rep. 25 Mar Aug -11 -11 Hong Kong, China Korea, Rep. of Philippines Viet Nam 350 Note: Data as of 15 August 2011. Source: Bloomberg LP except for Viet Nam (State Bank of Viet Nam). Source: Based on data from Bloomberg LP. 0 The Bank of Korea raised its base rate—the 7-day repurchase rate—25 bps in January, March, and June for a total increase of 75 bps in the first half of the year.

Government Bonds China, People's Rep. 0 30 2 4 6 Time to maturity (years) 31-Jul-11 31-Mar-11 31-Dec-10 31-Jul-11 31-Dec-09 Korea, Rep. 5 Time to maturity (years) 31-Dec-10 31-Dec-09 31-Jul-11 31-Mar-11 31-Dec-10 31-Dec-09 LCY = local currency. Note: Credit spreads are obtained by subtracting government yields from corporate indicative yields. Source: People's Republic of China (ChinaBond); Republic of Korea (EDAILY BondWeb); Malaysia (Bank Negara Malaysia); and Thailand (ThaiBMA). Figure 14b: Credit Spreads—Lower Rated LCY Corporates vs.

Duration as of 31 July 2011. Source: AsianBondsOnline and Bloomberg LP. Table 9: MSCI Index Returns Market 2009 Returns (%) LCY terms 2010 Returns (%) US$ terms LCY terms 2011 YTD Returns (%) US$ terms LCY terms US$ terms China, People's Rep. 01 MSCI USA – = not applicable, LCY = local currency, MSCI = Morgan Stanley Capital International, YTD = year-to-date. Notes: 1. Market indices are from MSCI country indexes. 2011 returns are year-to-date as of 31 July 2011. 2. Far East ex-Japan includes People’s Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; Taipei,China; and Thailand.

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