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Morgan Stanley sees US$80bil inflow to Chinese debt next year


  • Economy
  • Thursday, 6 Dec 2018

China may see about $80 billion of inflows to its debt market next year when yuan-denominated bonds get added to a widely tracked index, according to Morgan Stanley.

China may see about $80 billion of inflows to its debt market next year when yuan-denominated bonds get added to a widely tracked index, according to Morgan Stanley.

BEIJING: China may see about $80 billion of inflows to its debt market next year when yuan-denominated bonds get added to a widely tracked index, according to Morgan Stanley.

Foreign demand, from both active and passive managers, for government bonds should help fund the current account deficit next year and stablilize the yuan, analysts Min Dai and Chun Him
Cheung wrote in a note Wednesday. 

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