Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock
Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s yuan bond market could attract US$400 billion a year over next decade, IIF research shows

  • Central banks were behind 60 per cent of the flows to Chinese government yuan bonds in the first quarter of 2021, said the Institute of International Finance (IIF)
  • Last year, a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, the research showed

Topic |   China economy
Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock
Data from the Institute of International Finance (IIF) showed that for last year a net US$47.3 billion from foreign portfolios made its way into Chinese stocks, while US$198.3 billion was attracted by a variety of debt instruments. Photo: Shutterstock
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