Malaysia's Five-Year Bonds Slide as Sukuk Yields More Attractive

  • Islamic notes sold at 16 basis-point premium to conventional
  • Quickening inflation also damped market demand: CIMB

Malaysia’s five-year government bondsdropped for a fourth day in the longest run of losses in two months on speculation investors switched into higher-yielding Islamic debt after inflation quickened.

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