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Panda bonds 熊猫债券
    2018-01-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

去年熊猫债券在中国的销售锐减近四成,今年有望小幅回升。请看本报昨日的报道:

Sales of Panda bonds in China slumped almost 40 percent last year as the government’s tighter money transfer rules and rising market borrowing costs reduced their appeal, but there are some signs sales may get a modest bounce in 2018.

According to data from JP Morgan, Panda bond issuance dropped to 71 billion yuan (US$11 billion) last year from 116 billion yuan in 2016, when it saw an almost nine-fold increase.

Gu Ying at JP Morgan attributed the plunge to several factors, all related to China’s recent efforts to rein in more unruly areas of credit growth.

报道中的Panda bonds就是“熊猫债券”,指境外机构在中国发行的以人民币计价的债券,它与日本的“武士债券”(Samurai bonds)、美国的“扬基债

券”(Yankee bonds)统属于外国债券的一种。还有一种在香港发行的人民币计价债券被称为“点心债券”(Dim Sum bonds),因其相对于整个人民币债券市场规模很小而得名。

 

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