SHANGHAI, May 26- Chinese five- and ten-year treasury futures for September delivery were down nearly one percent today, in their sharpest one day move since hitting the market, as rising municipal bond supply threatens to complicate the central bank's easing bias. The rebound in yields is likely partly technical, after the central bank cut its policy rate by 25...» Read More
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