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  • SHANGHAI, July 5- Policymakers will have more room to fine tune monetary policy and money supply growth will likely be slower in the second half of 2016, the state-owned China Securities Journal said in a commentary Tuesday. At the same time, the nation's economy will still require fiscal support, the paper said. Consumer price inflation already reflects the...

  • *May new loans 985.5 bln yuan, vs f'cast 750 bln yuan. BEIJING, June 15- Chinese banks extended 985.5 billion yuan in new yuan loans in May, exceeding analysts' expectations and well above the previous month's levels, as the central bank keeps policy accommodative to support the slowing economy. The central bank has pledged to keep policy slightly loose to support...

  • *May new loans 985.5 bln yuan, vs f'cast 750 bln yuan. BEIJING, June 15- Chinese banks extended 985.5 billion yuan in new yuan loans in May, exceeding analysts' expectations and well above the previous month's levels, as the central bank keeps policy accommodative to support the slowing economy. The central bank has pledged to keep policy slightly loose to support...

  • BEIJING, June 15- Chinese banks extended 985.5 billion yuan in new yuan loans in May, exceeding analysts' expectations and well above the previous month's 555.6 billion yuan. The central bank also said on Wednesday that broad M2 money supply grew 11.8 percent from a year earlier, below forecasts. Outstanding yuan loans grew 14.4 percent by month-end on an annual...

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  • SHANGHAI, May 27- Growing uncertainty over China's monetary policy and economic health is keeping investors from making bets in the country's stock and money markets, sending volumes plunging. Stocks slumped earlier this month after the People's Daily quoted an "authoritative person" as saying China may suffer a financial crisis if the government relies too...

  • BEIJING, May 26- The People's Bank of China will keep policy slightly loose to support the economy, which still faces downward pressure, the China Business News said on Thursday, cited a report written by the central bank's monetary policy analysis team. Global financial markets have been buzzing over whether China is shifting to a more cautious policy stance...

  • BEIJING, May 26- The People's Bank of China will keep policy slightly loose to support the economy, which still faces downward pressure, the China Business News said on Thursday, citing a central bank report. "It's objective and appropriate to keep China's monetary policy generally prudent with slight loosening," the newspaper said. Growth of China's broad M2...

  • MOSCOW, May 17- Russia's overnight interbank lending rates are expected to stay below the central bank's key rate in May, the central bank said in a report on Tuesday, illustrating improving sector liquidity. "This implies the CBR will not hasten to cut the key rate because conditions will be easier," said Evgeny Koshelev, an analyst at Rosbank.

  • *April new loans 555.6 bln yuan, vs f'cast 900 bln yuan. BEIJING, May 13- Chinese banks sharply cut back new lending in April after a record first-quarter credit spree, reinforcing views that the country's leaders have turned more cautious about the risks of over-stimulating the cooling economy. March data showed improvement, but a report in the official People's...

  • BEIJING, May 13- Chinese banks extended 555.6 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in April, well below analysts' expectations and less than half the 1,370 billion yuan reported in March. The central bank also said on Friday that broad M2 money supply grew 12.8 percent from a year earlier, missing forecasts for an expansion of 13.5 percent. China's outstanding total...

  • BEIJING, April 15- Chinese banks made 1.37 trillion yuan in new local-currency loans in March, beating analyst expectations, as the central bank seeks to keep policy accommodative to underpin the slowing economy. Economists polled by Reuters had expected new loans to rise to 1.05 trillion yuan in March, up from February's 726.6 billion yuan but off a record of...

  • BEIJING, April 15- Chinese banks extended 1,370 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in March, exceeding analyst expectations and the previous month's lending of 726.6 billion yuan. The central bank said the broad M2 money supply grew at 13.4 percent from a year earlier, just missing forecasts. China's foreign exchange reserves stood at $3.51 trillion at the end of...

  • *Feb new loans 726.6 bln yuan, vs f'cast 1.2 trln yuan. BEIJING/ SHANGHAI, March 11- Chinese banks extended 726.6 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in February, missing expectations and pulling back from a lending splurge in January, even as the central bank promised to keep policy loose to support the slowing economy. "The authorities put a brake on the credit growth,...

  • *Feb new loans 726.6 bln yuan, vs f'cast 1.2 trln yuan. BEIJING/ SHANGHAI, March 11- Chinese banks extended 726.6 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in February, missing expectations and pulling back from a lending splurge in January, even as the central bank promised to keep policy loose to support the slowing economy. Economists polled by Reuters had expected new...

  • BEIJING, March 11- Chinese banks extended 726.6 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in February, missing analyst expectations and falling from the previous month's lending of 2.51 trillion yuan. The central bank said the broad M2 money supply grew at 13.3 percent from a year earlier, missing forecasts. Outstanding yuan loans grew at 14.7 percent by month-end on an...

  • BEIJING, March 2- China plans to target broad-based money supply growth of around 13 percent this year, sources said, a signal that further monetary policy easing is likely during a painful economic restructuring that could see millions of workers losing jobs. The target, which is set to be announced by Premier Li Keqiang at the annual parliament session that...

  • SHANGHAI, March 1- China's yuan firmed at the open on Tuesday, after the People's Bank of China cut banks' reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points, injecting around 650 billion yuan into the economy. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.5385 per dollar prior to market open, firmer than the previous fix of 6.5452, and higher than Monday's closing...

  • SHANGHAI, March 1- The People's Bank of China set its official midpoint rate slightly stronger at 6.5385 per dollar prior to the market open on Tuesday, a day after it resumed its easing cycle in the face of mounting pressure on the economy. Monday fixing was set at 6.5452. The central bank's cut to banks' reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points on Monday will...

  • BEIJING, Feb 16- China's central bank issued a slew of measures on Tuesday to increase financial support to its struggling industrial sector, in the latest efforts to counter a prolonged economic slowdown. The People's Bank of China will guide banks to boost lending to support industrial upgrading and maintain adequate liquidity for industrial structural...