China Slowdown Spurs Record Sales of Notes Tied to Nation's Debt

  • September was the busiest month ever, with $230 million sold
  • Buyers from South Korea and Japan embraced Chinese credit

Sales of structured notes tied to the sovereign debt of China are on track for a record year, as the climbing cost of insuring against a default by the country sweetens coupons on the securities.

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