Economist Lu Zhengwei Sees a Further Rate Hike in Q2
[2011-02-25]
There are no signs of easing in current tightening measures, and a further rate hike is likely to be seen in the second quarter this year, along with a probable deposit rate adjustment in March, said Lu Zhengwei.
Global Oil Soaring Troubles Market
[2011-02-24]
Global oil prices continue soaring amid mounting Liberian unrest on February 23, with prices in New York market topped $100 a barrel, the highest in 28 months.
China Central Bank Applies Differentiated Reserve Ratio
[2011-02-23]
China’s central bank has applied differentiated reserve requirements on more than 40 regional banks since the start of this year.
China Banking Regulator Mulls New Prudent Supervision System
[2011-02-22]
China Banking Regulator is working on a guideline of a new prudential supervision framework over commercial banks using regulatory tools.
All Policy Instruments are Needed to Damp Inflation, Says China Bank Governor
[2011-02-21]
All kinds of policy instruments, including the deposit reserve ratio, are needed to damp inflation in China,says chinese centrla bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan.
Hot-Money Not Dominating China Stocks, Says SAFE
[2011-02-18]
“We have not found evidence of any large-scale capital inflows coordinated by any established financial institution,” SAFE said.
China Foreign Trade surges, Surplus Narrows
[2011-02-17]
Exports soared 37.7 percent to 150.7 billion U.S. dollars while import grew 53.5 percent, bring the surplus down 53.5 percent to 6.45 billion dollars.
China Cut $3.2Bln Worth of U.S. Holdings Last Year
[2011-02-16]
China has reduced its holdings of U.S. Treasury securities by 3.2 billion U.S. dollars for 2010, with the biggest cut of 4 billion in December.
JPMorgan Chase Sees at Least Two Rates Hikes in China
[2011-02-16]
Analysts at JPMorgan Chase expect two hikes of interest rates and the deposit requirements respectively, and revaluation of the yuan this year.
China Jan. CPI Rose 4.9Pct as Food Weighting Cut
[2011-02-15]
The consumer price index in January rose 4.9 percent as food weighting was cut; PPI grew 6.6 percent year-on-year.
China Hikes Deposit Reserves at Some Small &Medium Banks
[2011-02-11]
China has ordered some small- and medium-sized banks to deposit more reserve at the central bank to rein in inflation and control excessive lending.
Geithner Seeks Support from Brazil Pressing Yuan to Rise
[2011-02-09]
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Monday urged Brazilian officials to put pressure on China to allow the yuan to appreciate during his visit in Sao Paulo.
China Central Bank Hikes Interest Rate by 0.25Pct
[2011-02-09]
The one-year lending rate and deposit rate will be 6.06 percent and 3.0 percent respectively, effective on Feb. 9.
Jan. CPI Up 5.5Pct; Property Control on the Right Track: CICC Report
[2011-01-31]
CICC predicted China’s January CPI to rise 5.5 percent while the new round of property regulation is on the right track to defuel housing bubbles and sustain economic growth.
Trade Deficit Reduction would Affect Companies, Jobs: Official
[2011-01-30]
The reduction of trade surplus by expanding general exports would bring negative effect on domestic companies and cut jobs.
"China Won and the Rest of the World Won" – Davos Quotes by Xinhua
[2011-01-28]
"Who won? Did China win and rest of the world lose? Did China lose and rest of the world win? The reality is China won and the rest of the world won..."
There is still Room for Deposit Reserve Hikes: China Bank Governor
[2011-01-28]
Polices must be adjusted in time to subdue rising prices, warned Zhou.
2011 Lending Target Hasn't Been Set, Says China Banking Regulator
[2011-01-27]
China’s 2011 lending target hasn’t been set, China’s top banking regulator was cited as saying by the China Securities Journal on Thursday.
Justin Lin Warns China over Property Bubbles, Unfair Income Distribution
[2011-01-27]
World Bank chief economist Justin Lin (Lin Yifu) warned Beijing on Tuesday over property price bubbles and the unfair income distribution.
Some Banks Raise Lending Rates by 10-45Pct -Media
[2011-01-26]
Some commercial banks in China have raised their lending rates by as much as 45 percent over the benchmark rate because of the shortage of the funds.
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