In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE
In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE
China economy

Chinese government bond trade proves profitable for foreign fund managers using Bond Connect to take advantage of yield difference

  • Fund managers using the Bond Connect have been profiting from swapping dim sum bonds into higher-yielding onshore bonds
  • At US$15 trillion, the world’s second largest bond market gives investors in government bonds higher yield than those issued offshore

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In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE
In January alone, China’s onshore bond market recorded a net inflow of 120 billion yuan (US$18.6 billion) from foreign investors. Photo: EPA-EFE
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