FRANKFURT, Feb 27- Lending to households and firms in the euro zone fell again in January and money supply growth remained subdued, adding to pressure on the European Central Bank to take action next week to support the economy.» Read More
HONG KONG, Feb 11- China shares closed at a new six-week high on Tuesday, underpinned by optimism that Beijing will likely unveil more policy that could favour earnings growth in some sectors and as liquidity concerns eased after the Lunar New Year holiday.
*Slower money supply growth may herald euro stocks fall. *Indicator peaked in April 2013. LONDON, Jan 30- Euro zone equity investors should pay heed to a steep slowdown in money supply growth- history suggests the indicator leads stock markets by around 12 months.
MUMBAI, Jan 22- The Reserve Bank of India should make managing inflation its main policy objective and set monetary policy by committee, a central bank panel has recommended, a shift that would bring its practices in line with many other central banks.
*Dec new loans 482.5 bln yuan vs f'cast 600 bln yuan. BEIJING, Jan 15- China's new bank lending slowed more than expected in December and broad money supply growth also eased, highlighting the policy tightrope the central bank must walk as it tries to contain risky debt levels without braking the economy too hard.
HONG KONG, Jan 15- China shares underperformed most of Asia on Wednesday after weaker-than-expected money supply and loan growth data fanned concerns about tightening liquidity in the mainland, accelerating a shift into small-cap stocks.
HONG KONG, Jan 15- China shares again underperformed most of Asia early on Wednesday, limiting gains in Hong Kong, after weaker-than-expected money supply and loan growth data deepened concerns about tightening liquidity in the mainland.
BEIJING, Jan 15- China's new bank lending slowed more than expected in December while growth of broad money supply also eased, suggesting the central bank's efforts to tap the brakes on credit expansion to contain debt levels is gaining traction.
SHANGHAI, Dec 20- Chinese money rates spiked for a third day on Friday to their highest since a massive cash crunch in June despite regulators' efforts to steady the market, raising fears that another liquidity squeeze was underway and driving mainland stocks sharply lower.
HONG KONG, Dec 9- Hong Kong shares edged higher on Monday but gains were capped by a reversal in Chinese banks, after the central bank issued rules for the trading of certificates of deposits, reigniting fears that interest rate liberalisation will crimp margins.
SHANGHAI, Nov 15- China's short-term funding rates staged a rare mid-month jump this week, while government bond futures hit record lows for the second straight week, as the central bank tightened liquidity in money markets.
LONDON, Oct 30- A buoyant economy will prompt the Bank of England to bring forward the time it thinks unemployment will fall to the 7 percent threshold where it says it will discuss changing monetary policy, a Reuters poll found. "They'll bring it forward from end-2016 to early 2016- the economy is stronger," said Michael Saunders at Citi.
BEIJING, Oct 29- China's central bank sought to reassure money market traders that a spike in short-term interest rates does not signal a dramatic tightening of liquidity, sources said, in an apparent move to avoid a repeat of a credit panic that roiled markets in June.
*C.bank injects 13 bln yuan via open market operations. SHANGHAI, Oct 29- China's money rates stabilised after the central bank resumed open market operations on Tuesday morning for the first time since Oct 15, easing worries that the authorities were preparing to dramatically tighten monetary policy.
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