Hong Kong's Rates Curve Is the Most Inverted in Two Decades
An employee counts Hong Kong one-thousand dollar banknotes at the Hang Seng Bank Ltd. headquarters in Hong Kong, China. (Photographer: Paul Yeung/Bloomberg) 

Hong Kong's Rates Curve Is the Most Inverted in Two Decades

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(Bloomberg) -- Expectations that liquidity will tighten in Hong Kong in the short term have helped drive the city’s interest rate swap curve into its deepest inversion since 1999.
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