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China's government bonds only one to gain among biggest markets in rout

The two north Asian markets helped investors preserve value as signs of a burgeoning global recovery amid the rollout of vaccines pushed up debt yields around the world

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Masaki Kondo | Bloomberg 

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Chinese sovereign bonds rose 1 per cent in the first quarter, the only ones to rise among the 20 largest global debt markets, based on data on the Bloomberg Barclays indices

China’s government bonds outpaced their competitors in the first quarter, as their haven status helped them stand out as a bulwark amid the global slump. Japan’s securities led among developed nations, though still handing investors a narrow loss.

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First Published: Sat, April 03 2021. 01:43 IST
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