Tighter Pricing Could Bring Demise Of CNY NDFs

Onshore Chinese yuan non-deliverable forwards are likely to gain less traction from market participants as the price difference between it and its deliverable offshore counterpart become tighter.

  • 30 Mar 2012

Onshore Chinese yuan non-deliverable forwards are likely to gain less traction from market participants as the price difference between it and its deliverable offshore counterpart become tighter.

Woon Khien Chia, managing director at the Royal Bank of Scotland, said the CNY NDF curve has been acting more like ...

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