Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo
Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo

Latest round of Hong Kong iBonds could rise to HK$15 billion, available for subscription on October 23

  • The city plans to issue HK$10 billion worth of three-year bonds, but could increase the total issue to HK$15 billion depending on popularity: HKMA
  • iBonds will pay a minimum interest rate of 2 per cent every six months

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo
Despite the popularity of government bond programmes for small investors, brokers said Hong Kong’s retail bond market remained underdeveloped. Photo: Kathleen Magramo
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