China 10-Year Bonds Fall for Fourth Day as Rate Cuts Seen EndingBloomberg News
Benchmark rates seen unchanged through 2016, survey shows
Profit-taking may dominate the market this week: Huachuang
China’s 10-year sovereign bonds fell for a fourth day as speculation the central bank is done cutting interest rates prompted investors to lock in gains after a rally that drove the yield below 3 percent for the first time since 2009.
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