China Investors Boost Bond Leverage Most This Year Amid ReboundBloomberg News
Repurchase agreements jump 17% in May to 7.8 trillion yuan
Measure down from record of 9.7 trillion yuan in December
Chinese investors used more borrowed money last month to buy bonds amid a note market rebound, as authorities try to balance efforts to revive economic growth with steps to staunch excessive leverage.
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