China’s US$13 trillion bond market, the world’s second biggest, has had nine consecutive months of net foreign inflows, and analysts expect the trend to continue as Beijing steps up efforts to attract inbound capital. Photo: AP

China yuan stabilisation against US dollar leads to influx of foreign interest in Chinese bonds

  • Global investors snapped up nearly US$10 billion worth of Chinese debt in November as the yuan stabilised against the US dollar
  • Net foreign purchases of Chinese bonds totalled 69.9 billion yuan (US$9.9 billion) in November, a surge from 10.8 billion yuan (US$1.5 billion) in October
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China’s US$13 trillion bond market, the world’s second biggest, has had nine consecutive months of net foreign inflows, and analysts expect the trend to continue as Beijing steps up efforts to attract inbound capital. Photo: AP
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