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US$80 billion bond issuance fails to satisfy client demand in Asia

Asia’s private banks are struggling to keep up with clients’ demand for fixed income products, with a recent US$80 billion issuance effectively failing to quench the thirst of perceptibly cautious investors. “Since the end of the second quarter, it’s actually been quite challenging to obtain new issuance allocation into client portfolios despite over US$80 billion worth of issuances in Asia,”…

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