Bond Market Indexation Strategy
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Bond Market Indexation Strategy


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To consider the need and motivation of inflation in the global debt market, various developed markets propose inflation protected security in terms of bond connection to a price index of prospective customers. These securities can be groped in an asset class of inflation protected securities within every particular country, and inflation protected securities issuance in many countries. For example, the crisis in Libya about the increase of oil prizes makes the investor to reluctantly step into the protection of inflation. To keep against the wearing away of returns, inflation protected securities are mainly government issued bonds whereby the inflation is adjusted according to the principal on each bond (Pistolese Clifford, 16).

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