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China SDR Bond Issued by the World Bank for the First Time

World Bank issues China SDR bond for the first time

Reporter: Mi Jiayi | CCTV.com

09-01-2016 00:22 BJT


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The World Bank today for the first time issued a bond denominated in Special Drawing Rights in China. The debt was issued in China's inter-bank bond market, and marks an additional step in the internationalization of the Chinese currency. The Renminbi is to join the World Bank's SDR basket of currencies in October.

The World Bank has set an indicated yield range for the three-year bonds at between 0.4 and 0.7 percent annually. The value of the SDR notes is based on a basket of international currencies - the US dollar, the Euro, the British Pound, and the Japanese Yen. The Chinese RMB will be included from this October and will then help determine the value of the bonds. The bond purchases will be settled in Yuan. This is the first SDR bond issued anywhere in 35 years -- what is its importance?

"The first significance is that now we have a SDR denominated bond that includes the RMB. The fact that it's issued anywhere is important because the RMB will help determine the pricing of this bond. The second significance is that this bond is issued within China, so in terms of balancing your fixing income portfolio, traditionally that's going to be in RMB, but now you can have a bond that's also denominated in dollar, in Pound and in yen, and also in RMB. So by holding this bond, you get more exposure to the international currency market, and certainly you can diversify your bond portfolio better, in terms of currency risks," said professor Qian Jun, Shanghai Advanced Inst. of Finance.

China's central bank has approved the World Bank's issue of a total of 2 billion worth of SDR bonds in China. If the first float goes well, other issues will follow.

"What we expect is that such issuances will be more common. Although if you look at this particular piece, it's small, but you put them together, and the fact that there will be more and more such bonds issued, and their importance will grow, and will make RMB a true member of the global investing currency, and RMB denominated assets will become a bigger part of global investors," said professor Qian.

The bond is named the Mulan Bond after the famous Disney character. The World bank says the RMB will have a 10.92 percent weighting in the SDR basket, greater than the proportion granted to the British Pound or the Japanese yen.

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