China’s regulatory efforts to curb lending in the financial markets are causing traders to dump short-term bonds, creating a rare inversion in the Chinese Treasury Bond yield curve. A normal yield curve slopes upwards because longer-dated bonds should carry higher returns than shorter-dated ones, to compensate for the chance of risk events occurring within a […]
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