*FX reserves fall by $40 bln in second quarter. BEIJING, July 14- China's banks made 1.28 trillion yuan in new loans in June, handily topping market expectations, while broad money supply growth quickened last month, thanks to the central bank loosening policy to support the slowing economy. The June loan data was announced a day before China unveils its...» Read More
SHANGHAI, Feb 16- China's yuan weakened on Monday, after January data showed the weakest year-on-year growth in money supply in 16 years. China's January data this year has been almost uniformly poor, with inflation, trade and money supply data all coming in well below analysts' forecasts, reinforcing expectations that policymakers will have to roll out more...
BEIJING, Feb 13- China's growth in broad money supply slumped to its lowest on record in January even as new yuan loans hit a 5-1/ 2- year high, boosting bets that Beijing may further loosen monetary policy to avert a sharper economic slowdown. That was even as new yuan loans surged to 1.47 trillion yuan, trumping market expectations for 1.35 trillion yuan, and more...
BEIJING, Feb 13- New yuan loans issued in China more than doubled in January to surge to a 5-1/ 2- year high of 1.47 trillion yuan, trumping market expectations as the government ramped up efforts to avert a sharper economic slowdown. Total social financing, a broader measure of overall liquidity in the economy, also jumped 21 percent from December to 2.05 trillion...
BEIJING, Feb 13- China's economy extended 1.47 trillion yuan in new loans in January, beating analysts' expectations in a lending surge not seen since mid-2009. Outstanding loan growth stood at 13.9 percent, the People's Bank of China said. However, analysts cautioned about reading too much into economic indicators for January alone, given the strong seasonal...
SHANGHAI, Feb 6- Chinese bankers welcomed Beijing's decision to cut the level of reserves they must hold, hoping they can put the freed-up cash to profitable use, but struggling Chinese companies hoping it will mean more and cheaper loans are likely to be disappointed. After a slew of gloomy economic data, the People's Bank of China cut banks' reserve requirement...
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