By Charon Birkett
The Asia Bond computer screen (ABM) studies contemporary advancements in East Asian neighborhood foreign money bond markets besides the outlook, hazards, and coverage concepts. The ABM covers the ten organization of Southeast Asian countries member nations plus the People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; and the Republic of Korea.
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I) (ii) Preliminary Primary Dealer System Launched (iii) T he gove r nme nt launc he d it s pr e liminar y primary dealer (PPD) system in March in order to enhance the market-making primary dealer system and help further the development of the Korean Treasury Bond (KTB) market. In April, the government appointed two foreign banks—ING CB Seoul and Credit Agricole CIB Seoul—as PPDs in the domestic bond market. PPDs can participate in KTB auctions and conduct marketmaking obligations, but receive fewer incentives than primary dealers.
4. 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.