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23 September 2021 By Neil Unmack

The global corporate bond market has barely flinched at the crisis at the Chinese property developer, which is a big issuer of junk debt. Loose monetary policy, healthy company balance sheets, and a hunt for yield explain the nonchalance. This will encourage more risk taking.

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