China’s rates may have hit an inflection point
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Some traders are starting to wonder if China’s market rates have topped out. That’s because they see better bank liquidity from at least one channel — interbank deposits.
New issuance of interbank deposits was up 75% in the first two weeks of June compared to the same period in May. Net iss...
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