Indonesia’s Bear Whisperer Who Called Stocks Correctly Now Turns Bullish
A de-escalation of the trade war would set the stage for a sustained Asian FX recovery, say fund managers.
Indonesian Bonds Back on Menu as Asia High-Yielders Lure Inflows
Don't Read Too Much Into Indonesia's Bond Rally, Analysts Say
Brace for More Rupiah Pain, Top Forecaster Says
Asia’s sovereign bonds look set to call time on a two-year binge fueled by a tide of cheap money.
The Indonesian Rupiah’s latest low is the steepest since the Asian financial crisis in July 1998.
For some emerging market funds, Asia’s beaten-down assets aren’t yet cheap enough.
India’s rupee may be set to recover as oil peaks out and investors realize the currency has been sold off too heavily.
Rupiah's Newfound Volatility Isn't What Traders Were Hoping For
Biggest jump in Indonesia yield since 2012 points to rate hike.
Rupiah Regains Most Volatile Crown as Traders Zero In on Deficit
Emerging Asian bonds, currencies have had trouble this year and investors in the region are bracing for more in the near-term.
Trade Trumps Turkey for Emerging Asia as Funds Ignore Tumult
Malaysia's Economic Growth Slows During Political Transition
Funds Turn Bullish on Indonesian Bonds Even as Rupiah Declines
Buying opportunities showing up in India and Malaysia, according to BNP Paribas Asset Management.
Malaysia Keeps Interest Rate Steady to Support Economic Overhaul
Ringgit's Resilience Under Threat as Case for Rate Cut Grows
Mahathir Says Ringgit's Fair Value Is Same as Asia-Crisis Peg
Global Risks, Low Inflation Await Malaysia's Central Bank Chief