Easy money

26 October 2017 By Pete Sweeney

A $2 bln sovereign dollar bond sale is the country’s first since 2004. Despite rating downgrades, the two-part deal is priced aggressively, with slim premiums to U.S. Treasuries. Local banks can guarantee demand, which could artificially cut borrowing costs for Chinese issuers.

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