China-H.K. Southbound Bond Connect ‘More Symbolic,’ HSBC Says

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Sep.23 — Andre de Silva, head of global emerging-market rates research at HSBC Holdings Plc, talks about the new channel for Chinese investors to purchase debt overseas. The southbound link of the Bond Connect opens Friday, drawing capital from the mainland to the southern city of Hong Kong to complete the loop with a northbound program started in 2017. The launch coincides with markets being roiled by concerns over China Evergrande Group’s liquidity crisis, De Silva speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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