37% rise expected in Dim Sum Sales in 2013 – states HSBC Holdings plc

The sharp rise expected in the Dim Sum debt sales in 2013 owes accredit to new headship of China. They have encouraged its currency usage in the centers of finance to Taipei from London.

As per HSBC Holdings plc (Hong Kong) (HKG:0005),issue outside China of Yuan bond and the certificate of deposit may show up an augmentation from 263 billion Yuan to 360 billion Yuan next year. This shall be the result of increase in the cross-border operation arrangement and trade execution in the currency. Since December 31, the Dim Sum debt yield has shown a fall of 88 basis points.

The support by regulators to Yuan for being used worldwide is demonstrated by Taipei branch of Bank of China Limited (SHA: 601988)’s consent to pass currency trades and listing of the Dim Sum sale by China Construction Bank Corporation (SHA: 601939) in London. The Deutsche Bank AG (USA) (NYSE:DB)’s analysts mentioned in last month’s report that they perceive that in 2013 Singapore and London may clear Yuan after being permitted on the same.

As per Deutsche Bank AG (USA) (NYSE:DB)’s report on November 30, presently there is around 860 billion Yuan in bank accounts worldwide. If a pact is signed between both the governments, expectedly in August, the companies and customers from Taiwan may setup Chinese currency accounts.

The central bank named the Taipei branch of Bank of China Limited (SHA: 601988) as the Yuan clearing bank. It is the only bank that is empowered to clear offshore Yuan transactions.

Last month, the foremost sale of securities in Yuan, which was listed in London by a mainland company, was done by China Construction Bank Corporation (SHA: 601939). The proceeds from November 2015 due, 3.2 percent bonds have been around 1 billion Yuan. As per the information, the Dim Sum bonds have been listed in the U.K. by nine issuers of Australia, Japan and Latin America.

The offshore borrowing overheads have lowered down due to the anticipation of rise in Yuan against the dollar.

Excluding the less than 12 months maturity deals and sales that are self-led and below 333 million Yuan, there was a rise of 14 percent in Dim Sum debt sales.

There is a noticeable growth in the purchase of Dim Sum debt sales by the international investors. The second biggest Dim Sum bonds’ arranger, Standard Chartered PLC (LON: STAN) expects the sale to rise to 275 billion Yuan for the less than one year maturity Dim Sum bonds.

It is penetrating rapidly in the market and shows positive signs of sales growth.

Shares of HSBC Holdings plc (Hong Kong) (HKG: 0005) were up by 0.75% and currently trading at HKD80.70.

Shares of Bank of China Limited (SHA:601988) were down by 0.69% and currently trading at CNY2.88

Shares of Deutsche Bank AG (USA) (NYSE:DB) were up by 2.60% to close at $44.23

Shares of Standard Chartered PLC (LON: STAN) were up by 0.88% to close at £1,513.19.

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