Taiwan Bonds Show Risk Aversion as New Leader Tests China Ties

  • Concern grows about president-elect’s stance on China ties
  • Survey suggests traders expect another rate cut in June

Tsai Ing Wen.

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Taiwan’s government has seen bond yields fall to record lows as investors seek the safety of sovereign debt amid concern of increased tensions with China and bets that the central bank will cut interest rates to revive economic growth.

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