FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters
FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters

China set to lure billions of dollars in funds as sovereign debt enters FTSE index amid decoupling concerns

  • Chinese state debt to be included in FTSE World Government Bond Index in October 2021
  • Inclusion could bring new inflows of up to US$150 billion to Chinese bond market, HSBC says

Topic |   China economy
FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters
FTSE Russell will add Chinese sovereign bonds to global bond benchmarks from October 2021, potentially drawing more fund inflows into its US$16 trillion debt market. Photo: Reuters
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