China’s massive money stock will be the “top task in the coming years for monetary policy and is also crucial to stabilizing inflation.”
China's banking regulator has called an end for the financing assets going into the wealth management assets pool, a move widely expected to hit the domestic wealth management market hard.
June's slower imports growth print does not signal a hard-landing for China. Inflationary pressures remain, so expect monetary policy to stay tight through 3Q.
Full article in Chinese: http://www.caijing.com.cn/2011-07-08/110769115.html
Let's have a system where we have ownership of land that is registered in a government office, that people can pledge as collateral.
The recent data flow confirms that inflation, not growth, remains the top macro risk for China.
China’s central bank has announced yesterday the decision to hike the benchmark interest rates by 0.25 percentage points for the third time this year, effective today.
China’s new loans may hit 550 billion yuan in June, as the country has slowed its growth in credit since the second quarter this year
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