Indonesia, Malaysia Bonds Winners After Fed, Nomura SaysBy , , and
Fed staying put seen positive for emerging-market credit
Speculation on Fed's next move seen crimping debt offerings
Indonesian and Malaysian sovereign bonds stand to benefit the most in Asia from the Federal Reserve’s decision against an interest rate increase as they have high foreign ownership, according to Nomura Holdings Inc.
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