Savings Certificate of Deposit

  • BEIJING, June 6- China's central bank on Monday cut its threshold for individual investors subscribing to large-scale certificates of deposit. In an online statement, the People's Bank of China said individual investors now need a minimum of 200,000 yuan, down from 300,000 yuan earlier. The measure takes effect on June 6, it added.

  • ABU DHABI, June 5- Banks in the United Arab Emirates have very good liquidity, represented by the abundant amount of certificates of deposit held with the central bank, its governor said on Sunday.

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