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BondWeb Informative Website For Malaysian Retail Bonds

04.15.2013 · Posted in Bonds, Malaysia

The following is an interesting website that provides information about Malaysian retail bonds. The retail bond market in Malaysia is still currently undeveloped, but the government is making efforts to promote retail bonds. The large min investment of bonds RM 250k means that most retail investors have little means to invest in bonds directly and the most common way is to invest indirectly through unit trusts.

Traditionally in Malaysia, bonds have always been traded in the Over-The-Counter (OTC) market but with the launch of the Danainfra ETBS, it presents another investing option for retail investors. However, most retail investors have little knowledge on the bond market and how it works.

Bondweb is the place to go for all the information on bonds at one click of a button.

Bondweb provides general information on bonds as well as the activity in the OTC market. They also have research papers by established research houses covering not only bonds but other topics such equity, exchange as well as the world economic environment.

It features a user-friendly interface and no registration is required. This means that you can equip yourself with the necessary information to help you invest better in retail bonds for free!

Bondweb: powered by the resources of Bond Pricing Agency Malaysia, the premier Bond Pricing Agency.

Please click here to find out more : http://www.bondweb.com.my/

 

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