An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP
An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP
Bonds

Hong Kong’s latest inflation-linked bonds are oversubscribed, attract US$5 billion from investors dejected by Ant IPO suspension

  • Hong Kong’s newest inflation-linked bonds offer guaranteed returns of 2 per cent annually for three years
  • The government might increase the size of the offering to HK$15 billion to accommodate strong demand

Topic |   Bonds
An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP
An iBond promotion at a Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in Central. Photo: SCMP
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