KUALA LUMPUR (June 28): Retail bonds offer a viable investment option at a time when many investors are hard put to achieve higher returns.
Malaysia boasts one of the largest bond markets in the region.
But retail investors have little direct access to the bond market despite the fact that it is one of the largest in the region.
A government bond issued on the primary market is usually purchased at RM10 million per lot, while a corporate bond is typically RM5 million.
Read our story in The Edge Malaysia weekly's June 28 edition to find out what market players are saying and what can be done to give the man in the street better access to the market.
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