A vendor loads bags of onions at a market in Shenyang, in China’s Liaoning province, on December 9. Disruptions to supply chains have been less intense in East Asia compared to the US and elsewhere. Photo: AFP
A vendor loads bags of onions at a market in Shenyang, in China’s Liaoning province, on December 9. Disruptions to supply chains have been less intense in East Asia compared to the US and elsewhere. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

How Asia’s bond markets have withstood rising global inflation

  • Although the region has not been immune to Covid-19 economic shocks, shorter lockdowns and more cautious reopening have kept core inflation rates comparatively low and bond yields positive

A vendor loads bags of onions at a market in Shenyang, in China’s Liaoning province, on December 9. Disruptions to supply chains have been less intense in East Asia compared to the US and elsewhere. Photo: AFP
A vendor loads bags of onions at a market in Shenyang, in China’s Liaoning province, on December 9. Disruptions to supply chains have been less intense in East Asia compared to the US and elsewhere. Photo: AFP
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