China's treasury bonds see a sell-off on Tuesday after Chinese central bank's comments about adopting "normal" monetary policy and the positive progress in Sino-US trade talks dampened expectations for further monetary easing in the world's second largest economy.
China's treasury bonds declined across the board. The 10-year treasury futures for January delivery tumbled 0.44 per cent to 97.935, the lowest level since January 9.
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