HONG KONG, June 26 (Reuters) - Asian bonds stumbled on Tuesday as investors dumped risky assets over concerns that stress in the U.S. subprime mortgage sector could spread to other financial markets. Analysts said the focus was now on U.S. new home sales data later on Tuesday and comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve on Thursday following a policy review for clues on the direction of the market. India's banking sector, the most-active issuer of offshore bonds this year, faced the brunt ...
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