For the Year of the Rat, AsianInvestor offers some financial and economic predictions. In this instalment, we ask whether there will be any bond market shocks.
More than Rmb1 trillion of special-purpose bonds could hit the onshore market by October-end and offer a premium over the Chinese risk-free rate. But buyers beware.
Wealth advisers agree that high net worth investors are increasingly turning their attention to outright asset performance when it comes to investing via funds.
In the first of a two-part article on foreign investor interest in onshore Chinese debt, we examine how currency worries remain a drag on the market.
Global investor monitoring and testing for the new China access programme is just beginning and early trading has largely relied on Chinese banks. But it's a decent start.
China's central bank has clarified operational details of the market access scheme, through which Standard Chartered expects strong early trading in July.