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His remark came after the United States announced its decision to delay the implementation of the new tougher banking standards

Bank of China president Xiao gang and China Investment Corp chairman Lou Jiwei were also got promoted.

The People's Bank of China is offering 78 billion yuan worth of seven-day reserve repos at 3.35 percent, and 108 billion yuan of 28-day reverse repos at 3.60 percent

broad money supply growth, as measured by M2, was down on September's 14.8 percent and slightly short of the 14.4 percent rise expected by economists.

Chinese financial institutions issued 505.2 billion yuan in new yuan loans in October

Zhou Xiaochuan said Sunday that the central bank will maintain active vigilance over inflows of the so-called "hot money" amid financial globalization.

Chinese companies are anticipating a recovery as the world's second-largest economy picks up

The CSRC is considering raising quotas of the so-called Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) pilot scheme, and reducing restrictions on investments

"It is therefore critical for the new leadership to pursue reforms that not only support the private sector, but also consumption more broadly, in order to utilize this capacity"

New NPLs hit more than 30 billion yuan in Zhejiang, and 83 percent of them are in banks in cities of Hangzhou,Ningbo and Wenzhou.

Analysts believe the ultimate destination of the "hot money" is the mainland China, driven by the one-way bet on the yuan

Chinese commercial banks are likely to see their non performing banks grow less than 10 percent from a year ago, with their non-performing loan ratios at 1-2percent

Lenders including China Construction Bank, Bank of Communications, China Minsheng Bank, and Ping An Bank are assessing lending risks in major areas in a screening program

It includes CNY290bn 7-day reverse repo and CNY105bn 28-day reverse repo.

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