Malaysia’s ringgit was their favourite of eight regional currencies, while for bonds, China was the top pick.
Investors have turned skittish about the health of India’s finances amid signs that the government is ready to sacrifice fiscal discipline.
Lebanon has one of the world's highest levels of public debt compared to GDP and stagnant growth.
Prospective issuers may turn to bank loans for funding if bond-market volatility increases.
Almost all emerging Asian currencies are expected to weaken by the end of June.
A ministry official says Jakarta aims to sell bonds worth 120 trillion rupiah (US$8.41 billion) equivalent in foreign currencies to fund the 2019 budget.
Indonesian debt is closing in on its best month in three years as Asia’s high-yielders move back onto investors’ radar.
The bond sale, which would be the first in a series of offerings, would cover this year's and next year's funding requirement for the rehabilitation of Marawi.
The firm is reported as saying that there is currently no debt owed by the 1MDB group to IPIC or the Mubadala group.
More than US$124.6 billion has flowed to Lehman creditors, and another US$1.4 billion may yet be coming.
After the Bank of England held rates as expected and as traders digest Turkey’s hike, all eyes now turn to the European Central Bank which is seeking a move away from easy policy without staving off growth.
Investors are hoping the global economy can withstand shocks from trade restrictions even as emerging markets remain under pressure, with Argentina and Turkey the latest epicentres for denting sentiment.
Caution is creeping into markets as global stocks round out a month that’s seen a strong rally from mid-August.
The BOJ has maintained bond-purchase amounts at its regular operations over the past month amid calls by investors for it to cut back.
Investors sued almost a dozen banks in 2016, alleging they fixed prices that were quoted to clients, steered business and shared confidential information to one another.
A group of investors are betting that a rout in Indian bonds that started last August is coming to an end.
Investors included Commonwealth Bank of Australia, First State Super, Northern Trust and the Treasury Corporation of Victoria.
The Finance Ministry is seeking to bring down the amount of government bonds owned by offshore funds to 20% from almost 38%.
The technology is most often associated with cryptocurrencies -- like bitcoin -- which often raise suspicion about their reliability and volatility, as well as their use for criminal purposes.
The yuan will likely be supported by an improvement in the economy through year-end and an inflow of money as foreign investors buy onshore bonds.
The bullish sentiment about the bonds of Southeast Asia’s biggest economy highlight that areas of perceived value are emerging amid a slide in developing-nation assets that started in January.
History suggests that the inversion has no influence on emerging markets. At best, it might be a bullish signal.
Fresh signs have emerged of stress among smaller borrowers in the local debt market this year.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the bank’s former Southeast Asia chairman is in talks with US prosecutors over possible criminal charges in relation to deals with 1MDB.