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Article: China Insights

Monthly update on Chinese markets
01 October 2020
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    Summary

    • FTSE Russell is set to add China bonds into its global benchmark starting October 2021, in a move that is likely to bring USD140-150 billion of flows into the world’s second largest bond market
    • The inclusion comes on the heels of widening rate differentials between China and US Treasury notes, with China bonds offering attractive yield pickup and diversification benefits to global investors
    • Looking ahead, index allocation demand and RMB appreciation should further boost inflows into the onshore bond market amidst a weak dollar environment