(China Knowledge) - On Jan 17, the
settlement of cash bonds down 15.20% from
its previous trading day to RMB 166.60 billion
and the settlement of bond lending up 39.62% to RMB 8.44 billion, according to China Central Depository
& Clearing Co., Ltd.
The benchmark weighted-average overnight repo
rate up 28.6 bps to 2.467%, and the 7-day repo down 4.2 bps to 2.527%. The overnight Shanghai Interbank Offered
Rate (SHIBOR) up 11.43 bps to 2.2563%, and the 7-day SHIBOR up 4.27 bps to 2.4666%.
The yield on 1Y Treasury bonds up 4.53 bps to 2.67% while
that on 3Y up 4.48 bps to 2.84%. The yield on 5Y and 7Y treasury bonds up 2.33 bps and 3.06 bps to 2.98% and 3.15%, respectively. The yield on 10Y up 1.96 bps to 3.27%.
On the policy bank bonds front, the yield on 1Y policy bank bonds (CDB) up 7.89 bps to 3.24%. The yield on 5Y up 4.01 bps to 3.73%, and
the yield curve (10Y) up 2.34 bps to 3.82%.
In addition, the yields on 1Y policy bank bonds (Exim Bank) up 0.19 bp to 3.29%, while
the yields on 5Y and 10Y reached 3.82% and 3.96%, respectively.
The yield on 1Y corporate bonds (AAA-rated) reached 3.66%, while that on the 10Y debenture was 4.27%.
Bond code 160213, 160210
and 160206 were the top three
actively traded bonds, with a trading volume of RMB 22.90 billion, RMB 8.73 billion and RMB 8.22 billion, respectively.
The top three performers by debt type were policy financial bonds, CDs
and short-term CP with trading volume
of RMB 138.98 billion, RMB 97.33 billion and RMB 24.54 billion, representing 41.97%, 29.39%, and 7.41% of the
total cash bond trading volume, respectively.
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