Last updated on June 8, 2021
Foreign investors held a record amount of Chinese yuan bonds at the end of May as strengthening of the currency increased the appeal of yuan-denominated assets.
Holdings by offshore investors of bonds traded in China's interbank market stood at 3.68 trillion yuan ($575 billion) at the end of May, according to data released by China Central Depository & Clearing Co and the Shanghai Clearing House. That was up 1.7 per cent, or 61 . . .
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