Overseas institutions hold more Chinese interbank bonds
Overseas institutions held more bonds in China's interbank bond market last month, official data showed.
By the end of December, bonds in China's interbank market held by overseas institutions totaled 4 trillion yuan (629.3 billion U.S. dollars), the People's Bank of China Shanghai Head Office said in its latest report.
The figure is a 750-billion-yuan increase from the same period a year ago.
Last month, six new overseas institutional investors entered China's interbank bond market, bringing the total to 1,016, the report showed.