China's foreign exchange reserve manager has committed to invest 500 million U.S. dollars to a property private fund managed by Blackstone Group LP
Foreign institutions including Standard Charters, Morgan Stanley, UBS Securiteis, Goldman Sachs Gao Hua, have all expressed their optimism over Chinese stock markets.
Zhang admitted that the 2.69% NPL ratio is a history high, but contended that a rise in non-performing loans is inevitable following the debt crisis and will not last.
"At this point in time, with low valuation and massive shorts in the market, it is not rational to bet that China will further fall from here"
News loans extended by the four banks were around 50 billion yuan in the first half of July
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has decided to include renminbi and India rupee in its Trade Finance Program (TFP), in lines with rising expectations of intra-regional deals denominated in the two Asian currencies.
The Shenzhen Stock Exchange has asked its members and market data providers to make technical preparations for new rules to delist companies
Whenzhou was among the regions with the lowest bad-loan ratio in China back in June, 2011, before it was hit by a private debt crisis which cut off the only source of funding for many private companies.
M2 money supply increased by 13.6 percent at the end of June from a year earlier;new yuan loans in the first half were 4.86 trillion yuan, up 683.3 billion year-on-year.
China for the first time has allowed mainland retail investors to access Hong Kong stock market directly, with the launch of the mainland’s first exchange-traded fund (ETF) products tracking Hong Kong stocks Monday.
China’s central bank the PBoC announced Tuesday to cut the one-year benchmark deposit rate by 0.25% and lower the one-year benchmark lending rate by 0.31% starting July 6th
China may remove the 75 percent cap on the loan-to-deposit ratio, as part of the overhaul of the liquidity risk indicators
Analysts said a fourth cut in deposit reserve rate is likely on mid-July if money market rates remain high.
That may signal a bold as expected move towards China’s ambition to achieve “full convertibility” of its currency by 2015, and its repeated cry to rebalance the economy away from exports to domestic activity.
That compared with an average of 200-250 billion yuan in the first five months, and a census forecast of more than 1 trillion.
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