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On Monday, the PBOC brought down the official midpoint for the yuan to the weakest level since the financial crisis back in 2008. Just ahead Full Article

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The PBOC announced a surprising 20bp cut in reverse repurchase agreements to offset some impact of the pandemic on its economy. Full Article

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China's central bank PBOC revised its benchmark lending rate, LPR, lower in a bid to reduce financing costs for businesses as it tries to Full Article

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Gold prices have declined on account of a strengthening US dollar and after China's PBOC injected fresh liquidity into markets to offset any Full Article

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Earlier today, the PBOC held interest rates on one-year MLF loans steady at 3.25% but injected 300 billion yuan via this liquidity tool. Full Article

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According to a recent Reuters poll, new bank loans are expected to have declined in December but 2019 still looks set for record lending Full Article

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China's central bank PBOC has raised the official midpoint rate of the yuan to the highest level in five months in keeping with the recent Full Article

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Cutting RRR lets banks free up more cash for use in the financial system, and is seen as a way to improve China's GDP which has slowed to Full Article

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PBOC kept its lending benchmark rate steady following its decision to hold borrowing costs of medium-term loans unchanged earlier in Dec Full Article

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Estimates by a policy adviser to the PBOC suggest that the Chinese economy could grow at under 6% over the next five years. Full Article

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PBOC Governor Yi Gang has indicated that China's central bank is likely to keep its monetary policy "normal" for some more time and does not Full Article

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Several officials have commented on the state of the Chinese economy earlier today. Here are some key highlights from their comments Full Article

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The Chinese economic slowdown has picked up pace and the PBOC promises to increase lending to help the economy Full Article

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On Friday, the PBOC injected an addition 200 billion yuan to increase liquidity in Chinese markets for the second time this November. Full Article

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China's central bank is betting big on cryptocurrencies as it gets ready to launch its very own digital currency.China's Digital Currency Full Article

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