Indonesian Sovereign Bonds Gain as Fed Rate Rise Brings ClarityBy
10-year yield declines by the most in more than two months
All but one of 22 analysts see Bank Indonesia holding key rate
Indonesian bonds advanced, pushing the 10-year yield down the most in two months, after the Federal Reserve rate increase removed uncertainty and boosted demand for some emerging-market assets.
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