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Private banks and asset managers maintain confidence in floating rate notes

Private banks and asset managers in Asia remain confident about the outlook for floating rate notes (FRNs), despite a recent dip in US Treasury yields. FRNs are usually seen as bonds with variable coupon rates that are equal to money market reference rates, such as LIBOR or federal funds rates, plus a quoted spread. As a result, they do not…

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