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iShares Barclays Capital USD Asia High Yield Bond Index ETF
29-08-2017, 01:25 PM,
Post: #11
RE: iShares Barclays Capital USD Asia High Yield Bond Index ETF
Bet this USD & SGD, wonder which one is a better buy?

At the current transacted prices of USD10.90 & SGD14.82, the e/r is 1.3596 deemed reasonable.

Notice that liquidity for SGD is very low.

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04-09-2017, 10:49 AM,
Post: #12
RE: iShares Barclays Capital USD Asia High Yield Bond Index ETF
(29-08-2017, 10:55 AM)Shrivathsa Wrote: Hi Mobo,

The tax jurisdiction should be Singapore, in my opinion.

https://www.blackrock.com/sg/en/literatu...-en-sg.pdf

https://www.blackrock.com/sg/en/products...&view=list

I have held this for around 5 years or so,and there has been no withholding tax.

But, please read at Blackrock and do your checks as well.

Hi Shrivathsa

That is most helpful, I will dig further when I have more time. Many thanks for the guidance.

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04-09-2017, 11:45 AM,
Post: #13
RE: iShares Barclays Capital USD Asia High Yield Bond Index ETF
(29-08-2017, 01:25 PM)hh488 Wrote: Bet this USD & SGD, wonder which one is a better buy?

At the current transacted prices of USD10.90 & SGD14.82, the e/r is 1.3596 deemed reasonable.

Notice that liquidity for SGD is very low.

Hi hh488,

The SGD one has very low, almost non-existent liquidity.


Even if you hold it in SGD, the dividends are in USD.

Today's prices are 10.8, largely because it has gone ex-dividend.

The dividend is quarterly.

If liquidity is a concern, holding it in USD is better

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