Chinese 10-Year Bond Yield Falls to Decade Low After Data: ChartBy
Evidence of faltering growth in China’s economy is providing fresh impetus for the nation’s sovereign debt rally. Data Friday showed factory output, retail sales and investment all slowed, while the broadest measure of new credit rose the least in two years. The yield on 10-year debt fell to the lowest since Bloomberg started compiling ChinaBond data in 2006.
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