Chinese Regulators Shut Down Bonds Market Trading To Avoid Complete Collapse

Chinese Regulators Shut Down Bonds Market Trading To Avoid Complete Collapse

To put this into perspective, the 10-year Chinese Treasury bond future crashed by 2%. The Chinese government has made yet another decision that makes their economy look weaker. Trading in bond future sis no longer possible every since the market crashed in spectacular fashion. It only took the market a few hours to wipe out all bonds market gains made in the past 18 months. China has a volatile market, and it looks like things go from bad to worse. It was not entirely unexpected the Chinese bonds market would collapse sooner or later. The PBOC has been making very strange decisions as of....


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