While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg
While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg
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Tencent sets up an online trading platform for Chinese bonds

China’s biggest social media and gaming company has teamed up with a finance start-up to launch QTrade, a service to help traders meet online and negotiate prices

Topic |   Fintech
While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg
While the Chinese government has its own chat system for dealers, more than 70 per cent of bond trades are now conducted over personal messaging accounts such as Tencent Holdings’ QQ messaging service. Photo: Bloomberg
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