Differentiation in China SOE bond pricing to increase: Fidelity

Offshore bonds issued by Chinese state-owned enterprises could increasingly trade closer to their standalone credit ratings as policymakers move closer to a market-driven approach, says Fidelity.

  • 22 Oct 2013

Greater credit differentiation between bonds issued by Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) may be warranted as Chinese policymakers push for quasi-sovereigns to stand on their own two feet, and prices become more market driven, according to Fidelity Worldwide Investment.

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