China’s “slow bull market” in bonds
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A “slow bull market” (慢牛行情) — that’s what traders are expecting for Chinese bonds in the second half of this year. In other words, rates will start to come down in July, but very gradually.
Technical indicators, like subdued one-year interest rate swaps, are suggesting that this sentim...
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