Asian, Middle Eastern Holders Cut EFSF Bond Purchases, FT Says
Asian and Middle Eastern money managers have reduced purchases of new European Financial Stability Fund bonds at a faster pace than other investors, the Financial Times reported, citing data from CreditSights Inc.
The proportion of the bonds bought by investors including central banks and sovereign wealth funds has fallen to 17 percent this month from 54 percent in June, the FT said. Asian and Middle Eastern investors purchased 12 percent of the bonds compared with 50 percent in June, according to the report.
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