China bonds gauge gains as caution descends on markets  

All sub-indexes climb with Enterprise measure leading the advance 

by Christian Kronseder
China bonds gauge gains as caution descends on markets
The ATF China Bond 50 index rose 0.05% to 107.70.

(ATF) – China bonds climbed Tuesday, sending ATF China Bond 50 Index 0.05% higher to 107.70. 

Given the increased volumes and trading activity in bonds, another increase in the ATF ALLINDEX index family can be witnessed. 

After a flat day Monday, the ATF ALLINDEX Enterprise gauge increased by 0.14% today and finished at 103.23.

The ATF ALLINDEX Local Government index continues its strong performance and increased by 0.08% (116.93).

The flagship index ATF CBM50 finished 0.05% higher than the day before and stands now at 107.71.

Lagging a bit behind are the ATF ALLINDEX Financial and Cor. porates, which increased by 0.02%.

The ATF ALLINDEX Financial index stands today at 107.07 and the Corporate equivalent at 99.55.

The ATF China Bond 50 Corporate sub-index rose 0.02%

The ATF China Bond Enterprise sub-index rose 0.14% 

The ATF China Bond Financials sub-index rose 0.02%

The ATF China Bond 50 Local Government sub-index rose 0.08%       


ATF China Bond 50 Index: A 50-constituent index, updated daily and selected from across the entire Chinese onshore bond market, that provides a benchmark measure of the Chinese onshore fixed income market. 

The ATF China Bond 50 Index tracks the price movements of CNY-denominated onshore bonds across the Corporate, Enterprise, Financial and Local Governments sectors.