Chinese bonds re-activate supply

Two Chinese credits enter dollar and euro market as spreads remain stable following Fed comments hinting it may raise interest rates in December after all.

Chinese bonds re-activate supply

Two Chinese credits entered the international bond markets on Thursday with dollar and euro-denominated transactions.

The two deals came on the back of the latest monthly statement from the US Federal Reserve, which suggested a first interest rate hike since 2008 may be on the cards this December after all, although many economists remain sceptical in the absence of positive economic data points.

However, the more hawkish tone led Treasuries to sell...

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