Chinese government bond futures to be relaunched in Hong Kong

Products expected to be back on HKSE next year – six years after being suspended

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Trading of China bond futures is set to resume on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Regulators are working to relaunch Chinese government bond futures at the Hong Kong Exchange next year. The move, if it goes ahead, will come six years after an initial listing of the products was suspended following less than nine months of trading.

This time, however, market participants believe increased foreign investment in Chinese government bonds over recent years means there is a greater chance of the futures succeeding.

“This is something that our members always wanted,” says Eugenie

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