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China's stocks leave bonds in the dust as debt war simmers

Shanghai Composite Index on track for its best three months in almost two years

"The economy is doing better than two years ago, but the yields are still around the same level. What's more, it's unlikely liquidity will become as loose as it was." - Ye Yuzhang, director of fixed income at Zheshang Fund Management Co

CHINA'S economy may be showing signs of cooling off but in financial markets, the signals are still decidedly bullish.

Stocks traded in mainland China are outperforming corporate bonds by the most since 2015 when it comes to yield, as investors bet that economic momentum will bolster...

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