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Latest Yield
The annualized yield shown below represent the highest yield of the respective bond/CD catergory and currencies as of 01 May 2017.


Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Certificates of Deposit
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Corporate Bonds
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Government/Supranational Bonds
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Certificates of Deposit
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--
--
Corporate Bonds
--
--
--
Government/Supranational Bonds
--
--
--
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Corporate Bonds
--
--
Government/Supranational Bonds
--
--
--
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Corporate Bonds
--
--
--
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Certificates of Deposit
--
--
--
Government/Supranational Bonds
--
--
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Government/Supranational Bonds
--
Tenor
0 - 2.99 years
3 - 6.99 years
7 - 9.99 years
10 years or more
Certificates of Deposit
--
--
--
Corporate Bonds
--
Government/Supranational Bonds
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*The yields shown above are yield to maturity (YTM)




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Important Note :

Effective 7 March 2016, the settlement day of Australian securities market (including bonds) will be changed to 2 business days after trade day (T+2) and will be 1 day less than the earlier process of 3 business days after trade day (T+3). For buy orders, the actual debit of the purchase amount from your account and deposit of the stocks/bonds will take place on the settlement day of T+2. Likewise, for sell orders, the sales proceeds will be credited to your account on settlement day of T+2. For enquiries, please contact HSBC Phonebanking hotline (852) 2233 3000.

Risk Disclosure:

  • Bonds and CD are mainly for medium to long term investment, not for short term speculation. You should be prepared to invest your funds in bonds/CD for the full investment tenor; you could lose part or all of your investment if you choose to sell bonds/CD prior to maturity.
  • It is the issuer to pay interest and repay principal of bonds/CD. If the issuer defaults, the holder of bonds/CD may not be able to receive back the interest and principal. The holder of bonds/CD bears the credit risk of the issuer and has no recourse to HSBC unless HSBC is the issuer itself.
  • Indicative price of bonds/CD are available and bond/CD price do fluctuate when market changes. Factors affecting market price of bonds/CD include, and are not limited to, fluctuations in Interest Rates, Credit Spreads, and Liquidity Premiums. The fluctuation in yield generally has a greater effect on prices of longer tenor bonds/CD. There is an inherent risk that losses may be incurred rather than profit made as a result of buying and selling bonds/CD.
  • If you wish to sell Bonds/CDs, HSBC may repurchase it based on the prevailing market price under normal market circumstances, but the selling price may differ from the original buying price due to changes in market conditions.
  • There may be exchange rate risks if you choose to convert payments made on bonds/CD to your home currency.
  • The secondary market for bonds/CD may not provide significant liquidity or may trade at prices based on the prevailing market conditions and may not be in line with the expectations of holders of bonds/CD.
  • If bonds/CD are early redeemed, you may not be able to enjoy the same rates of return when you re-invest the funds in other investments.

For Renminbi (RMB) products:

  • There may be exchange rate risks if you choose to convert RMB payments made on the bonds to your home currency.
  • RMB debt instruments are subject to interest rate fluctuations, which may adversely affect the return and performance of the RMB products.
  • RMB products may suffer significant losses in liquidating the underlying investments if such investments do not have an active secondary market and their prices have large bid/ offer spreads.
  • You could lose part or all of your investment if you choose to sell your RMB bonds prior to maturity.