Chinese investors watch screens showing stock prices at a securities brokerage house in Beijing on June 26. China’s stock markets and currency have taken a beating as its trade dispute with the US has heated up, but the bond market has seen a windfall. Photo: EPA-EFE

Liberalisation pays: China’s bond market hits a sweet spot as the yuan and stocks sag

Nicholas Spiro says the gradual opening of the Chinese bond market has proven to be a bright spot for the economy as downward pressure from the trade war weighs on other economic indicators

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Chinese investors watch screens showing stock prices at a securities brokerage house in Beijing on June 26. China’s stock markets and currency have taken a beating as its trade dispute with the US has heated up, but the bond market has seen a windfall. Photo: EPA-EFE
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