China rate cut boosts offshore structured product market

High-net-worth investors pile into dollar and commodity structures as PBoC loosens

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Interest rate cuts in China and the weakening of the renminbi versus the dollar have driven an increase in Chinese high-net-worth investors buying offshore-issued structured products, particularly ones denominated in US currency, say market players.

The People's Bank of China (PBoC) has cut benchmark interest rates twice since November, with the latest March 1 move reducing the one-year deposit and lending rates down by 25 basis points each to 2.5% and 5.35% respectively. The renminbi

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