SHANGHAI Dec 16 The price of China's 10-year
treasury futures closed up 1.3 percent on Friday,
booking the biggest single-day gain since their trading debut.
The gains in the most traded March contract followed by a
plunge in the contract on Thursday as it fell to hit its maximum
allowed 2 percent for the first time ever at one point.
Traders said the rebound was due to improved market
sentiment after the central bank's liquidity support via its
medium-term lending facility (MLF) on Friday.
(Reporting By Winni Zhou and John Ruwitch; Editing by Sherry