China's 10-Year Bonds Gain Most This Month Since April on Easing

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  • Sovereign notes supported by fifth rate cut since November
  • Figures showing local-government debt in line with forecasts

China’s 10-year sovereign bonds rose this month, pushing the yield down by the most since April, as monetary easing offset concern that a surge in sales of municipal notes will damp demand.

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