Moody’s Investors Service today put out a report saying that listing Chinese collateralized loan obligations on local stock exchanges would be a boon to bank issuers.

The note was curiously timed as Chinese bourses, including the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges, have been going through extreme volatility. A drop of indices of about 30% over the last three weeks has reportedly erased over $3 trillion in equity value, reported the BBC.

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