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Surging Pork Prices May Mean Negative Real Yields in China

  • Inflation-adjusted returns offer bondholders next to nothing
  • Bond investors aren’t worried about CPI spike: Eastfort Asset
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Soaring pork prices in China are walloping the country’s inflation-adjusted bond yields, now in danger of turning negative for the first time in seven years.