An electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: BloombergAn electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
An electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
David Liao
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by David Liao

The inclusion of China’s yuan bonds in global bond index is the start of a game-changing shift in global investment patterns

  • On April 1, yuan-denominated bonds issued by China’s government and policy banks will be included in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index, tracked by US$2.5 trillion of assets under management
  • Inclusion in global indices gives global asset managers benchmarks for tracking their performance

An electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: BloombergAn electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
An electronic board displaying a graph of the US 10-year Treasury yield outside a securities firm in Tokyo on January 4, 2019. Photo: Bloomberg
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