Beijing Sees a 48Pct Decline in Land-Transferring Fee in H1
[2011-07-20]
Land-transferring fee in Beijing, capital of China, declined 48 percent in the first half of this year from a year ago.
New Price Rises may Worsen Inflation in H2
[2011-07-18]
China’s inflation may become worse in the second half of this year, as new prices hikes are brewing, dampening the country’s efforts to combat inflation.
Nowhere near a hard landing: HSBC China Report
[2011-07-13]
China’s 2Q GDP and June IPO both came in above market expectations, defying any concerns about a potential hard landing.
China to Further Implement Prudent Monetary Policy, Says Central Bank Governor
[2011-07-12]
China should further implement its prudent monetary policies over a very long period, the central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said.
China Yuan Loans Rose 16.9Pct in June
[2011-07-12]
China’s yuan-denominated loans in June grew 16.9 percent, or 633.9 billion yuan in June
China PBOC Advisor Says 7.6Bln Yuan of Monetary Stock Remains Top Priority in Monetary Policy
[2011-07-11]
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 Banking Regulator to Ban Financing Assets From Access into Wealth Management Assets Pool
[2011-07-11]
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 Trade Slows, Enough to Cushion a Soft Landing: HSBC Report
[2011-07-11]
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.
Charter Cities
[2011-07-08]
Let's have a system where we have ownership of land that is registered in a government office, that people can pledge as collateral.
Too early to ease: HSBC Report
[2011-07-07]
The recent data flow confirms that inflation, not growth, remains the top macro risk for China.
China Hikes Rates; Housing Prices may Dip Further
[2011-07-07]
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 New Loans may Reach 550Bln Yuan
[2011-07-06]
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
Moody Says China’s Local Debt was Understated by 3.5Trl Yuan, Media
[2011-07-05]
China’s local government debt burden may be 3.5 trillion yuan (540 billion U.S. dollars) than auditors estimate, Reuters reported Monday citing a Moody report.
China's Cabinet will Set Tone for H2's Economic Policies This Month
[2011-07-04]
The tightening measures aimed to regulation overall liquidity would remain unchanged, while areas such financing for small and medium-sized companies, auto industries, and capital chains for local funding vehicles will see a loosening in polices somewhat.
China PMI Dips Further in June to a 28-Month-Low
[2011-07-01]
China's official Purchasing Managers' Index dipped to 50.9 percent in June from 52.0 in May; HSBC PMI dropped to 50.1 from May's 51.6.
A Shanghai Local Funding Vehicle Facing Default on Debt
[2011-06-30]
Shanghai Shenhong Investment & Development Co., Ltd is facing default on its debts, with nearly 1 billion yuan of liquidity coming due.
Wen Says China will Continue Buying European Sovereign Debt when Necessary
[2011-06-29]
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Tuesday that China will ocntinue buying into a certain amount of European sovereign debts when necessary.
China Pork Prices Jump Again in Recent Week
[2011-06-29]
Pork prices in China jumped again the recent week ending June 26, raising further concerns over the rising inflation in the country.
Don't Panic, Local Debt Still Manageable
[2011-06-28]
Although the size is still manageable, Beijing needs to take immediate action to restructure these debts to mitigate defaulting risks.
Loans to Funding Vehicles of Chinese Local Governments Topped 10 Trl Yuan by 2010-End
[2011-06-27]
The amount of loans extended to funding vehicles of Chinese local governments had topped 10 trillion yuan by the end of 2010
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