Advertisement (For a Currencies column daily alert: SALT FXCOL.) Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) -- For a gauge of how markets view Hong Kong's worst civil unrest since the 1960s, take a look at the local dollar, where volatility is a fraction of ... GARP, 2 weeks ago
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Advertisement Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Speculation about the retirement of China central bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan, a champion of shifting the world's second-largest economy to greater reliance on markets, is resurfacing, focusing ...GARP, 3 weeks ago Zhou Xiaochuan Speculation Spurs Focus on Next PBOC Governor Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Speculation Resurfaces on China Central Bank Governor BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
China's President Xi Jinping delivers his new year's speech in front of state media in Beijing, December 31, 2013. — Reuters pic SHANGHAI, Sept 24 — The champagne has stopped flowing in Beijing, and Joerg Wuttke couldn't be happier about it. ...Malay Mail, 3 weeks ago Palm-Greasing End Means Xi Graft Crackdown May Aid Growth Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago End of Palm-Greasing Means Xi Crackdown Seen Aiding Growth La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago End of Palm-Greasing Means Xi Graft Crackdown Seen Aiding Growth La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago
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By Jeffrey P. Snider A lot has been written about the PBOC appeal to its SLF recently, and rightfully so. To my view, there is undoubtedly a connection in timing between the SLF announcement and conduct and the very troubling economic figures ...Seeking Alpha, 1 month ago
The headquarters of the People's Bank of China in Beijing. The central bank will reportedly inject 500 billion yuan ($81 billion) into the nation's largest banks. (SHI YAN/CHINA DAILY) The People's Bank of China, the central bank, joined its ...China Daily Asia, 1 month ago PBOC Said to Add Liquidity With $81 Billion Injection to Banks Washington Post, 1 month ago
Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- China's central bank joined its European counterpart in boosting liquidity to address weakening growth, underscoring a divergence in direction among the world's biggest economies as the U.S. reduces stimulus. The People's ...La Repubblica, 1 month ago China broadens stimulus in $81.4 billion liquidity injection Livemint.com, 1 month ago China Broadens Stimulus With Reported $81 Billion Bank Injection La Repubblica, 1 month ago China adds stimulus with reported $81 billion bank injection Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
China is providing 500 billion yuan ($89.5 billion) of liquidity to its five biggest banks as Premier Li Keqiang steps up stimulus to support economic growth, according to a news report. The People's Bank of China started providing the banks with ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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Advertisement (Updates with analyst's comments in eighth paragraph) Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- China is providing 500 billion yuan ($81.4 billion) of liquidity to the country's five biggest banks as Premier Li Keqiang steps up stimulus to ...GARP, 1 month ago China Provides $81.4 Billion to Top Banks, Sina Says GARP, 1 month ago
By RFA By Michael Lelyvel China has mounted a major attack on foreign companies for alleged monopolistic practices, causing many to cut prices and raising suspicions that political forces may be at work. In recent weeks, at least 20 ...Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
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