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2.816 +0.011    +0.41%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  China
  • Prev. Close: 2.805
  • Day's Range: 2.800 - 2.826
China 10Y 2.816 +0.011 +0.41%
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Prev. Close2.805
Price99.532
Coupon2.75
Day's Range2.8 - 2.826
Price Open99.355
Maturity Date17 FEB 2032
52 wk Range2.66 - 3.23
Price Range99.355 - 99.574
1-Year Change - 8.81%
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Homing Pigeon 1D 9 May 11, 2022
Falling Three Methods 1D 10 May 10, 2022
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Aete Jan 13, 2021 10:10PM ET
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Whats happening here, non stop rising under lower inflation, lower growth and lower interest rates. Something is up here......
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Dave Rodriguez Nov 10, 2020 2:37PM ET
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how are China bonds not such an attraction with those yields when they considerably talk about getting away from the Use & is 2nd & soon to be 1st economic power
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Sushi Kim Aug 05, 2018 10:35PM ET
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it seems that china stock price is more sensitive to the currency ratio btw us and china. considering the currency ratio, the spread btw us and china is not critical to the stock price due to borrowing costs. it is more plausible that cgb bond yield solely affect the stock price in china. the correlation gets more definite if you overlap the inverse cgb bond yield with the stock price.
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윤천 최 Jun 20, 2018 8:25PM ET
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Spread between China 10ys - US 10 ys is narrowing......it might be crash to China Econ
 
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