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Credit quality in APAC markets to remain strong, says Moody’s

Posted on 6 December 2016

The credit quality of covered bonds in the Asia-Pacific region will remain strong in 2017, according to Moody’s, despite a slight weakening in mortgage collateral in Australia and New Zealand, with the rating agency also noting the possibility of new issuers joining the Korean and Singaporean markets...

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