As Chinese economy gradually recovers from the coronavirus lockdown and the focus of monetary policy is shifting from monetary easing to credit expansion, China's bonds market is experiencing a major correction.
On June 2, government bond yield climbed sharply, with the yield on the 10-year government bonds in the interbank market rising 6.25 basis points to 2.79 per cent. The yield on the 10-year bonds issued by the China Development Bank, the . . .
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