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China debt: global funds end two-year buying spree of Chinese government debt, cutting holdings by US$2.5 billion

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Global funds trimmed holdings of China’s government debt for the first time in two years in March, as their yield premium over US Treasuries narrowed and authorities announced plans for more debt sales.Foreign investors held 2.04 trillion yuan (US2 billion) of Chinese government bonds as of the end of last month, data from ChinaBond show. That is 16.5 billion yuan (US.5 billion) lower than the record amount held in February, according to calculations by Bloomberg. The last time overseas…

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Global funds trimmed holdings of China’s government debt for the first time in two years in March, as their yield premium over US Treasuries narrowed and authorities announced plans for more debt sales.Foreign investors held 2.04 trillion yuan (US$312 billion) of Chinese government bonds as of the end of last month, data from ChinaBond show. That is 16.5 billion yuan (US$2.5 billion) lower than the record amount held in February, according to calculations by Bloomberg. The last time overseas…

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