Overseas investors cut holdings of Chinese bonds for first time in three years

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Overseas investors cut holdings of Chinese bonds in February for the first time in more than three years amid rising volatility in the country's bond market and escalating conflict between Russia and Ukraine which fueled risk-off sentiment among global investors.

Their holdings of Chinese bonds stood at 3.67 trillion yuan at the end of February, showed data from the China Central Depository and Clearing Co. Ltd, falling by about 67 billion yuan . . .

 

 

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