What inflation fears? Asia bond markets bet on regional rates staying low
Thursday, 15 February 2018 HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asia's relatively stable bonds and money markets seem immune to the inflation fears that convulsed global equities recently, as investors bet the continent's major economies will keep interest rates low as price pressures remain benign.
Stock markets were routed around the globe on Monday, with European indexes opening lower and bond yields rising as resurgent U.S. inflation raised the possibility central banks would tighten policy more aggressively than had been expected. Ivor Bennett reports
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