(China Knowledge) - On Feb 13, the
settlement of cash bonds up 5.44%% from
its previous trading day to RMB 180.47 billion
and the settlement of bond lending down 76.09% to RMB 109.40 billion, according to China Central Depository
& Clearing Co., Ltd.
The benchmark weighted-average 3-day repo
rate up 26.7 bps to 2.505%, and the 7-day repo up 9 bps to 2.639%. The overnight Shanghai Interbank Offered
Rate (SHIBOR) down 0.38 bp to 2.2640%, and the 7-day SHIBOR down 0.03 bp to 2.6230%.
The yield on 1Y Treasury bonds up 1.10 bps to 2.85% while that on 3Y down 1.43 bps to 2.94%. The yield on 7Y
and 10Y treasury bonds down 0.25 bp and 1.76 bps to 3.30% and 3.42%, respectively. The yield on 5Y down 1.96
bps to 3.03%.
On the policy bank bonds front, the yield on 1Y policy bank bonds (CDB) up
1.86 bps to 3.40%. The yield on 5Y reach 4.03%, and the yield curve (10Y) down 0.43 bp to 4.14%.
In addition, the yields on 1Y policy bank bonds (Exim Bank) down 2.49 bps to 3.41%, while the yields on 5Y and 10Y reached 4.06% and 4.28%, respectively.
The yield on 1Y corporate bonds (AAA-rated) reached 3.99%, while that on the 10Y debenture was 4.51%.
Bond code 160213, 111610525 and 170203 were the top three actively traded bonds, with a
trading volume of RMB 27.34 billion, RMB 6.77 billion and RMB 6.68 billion, respectively.
The top three performers by debt type were CDs, policy financial bonds
and treasury bond with trading volume
of RMB 160.53 billion, RMB 125.90 billion and RMB 31.50 billion, representing 40.41%, 31.69% and 7.93% of the total cash bond trading volume, respectively.
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