Indonesia Returning Most in Asia Amid Sixth Rate Cut: Chart

Indonesia’s sixth interest-rate cut this year last week hasn’t diminished the allure of the nation’s 10-year local-currency bonds, which yield the most in Asia after adjusting for inflation. For the year, domestic debt issued by the country gave investors a return of 18.1 percent, also the most region-wide, according to indexes tracked by Bloomberg. This was followed by India at 12.8 percent and the Philippines at 7.8 percent.

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