Central Banks Money Supply

  • *M2 growth distorted by a higher base of comparison- c.bank. BEIJING, Aug 15- The growing gap between M1 and M2 cannot be used as an indicator to evaluate whether the economy is entering a "liquidity trap," the People's Bank of China said on Monday. Growth in M1 money supply, which includes cash and short-term deposits, accelerated to 25.4 percent in July from a year...

  • BEIJING, Aug 15- China's central bank said the growing gap between M1 and M2 cannot be used as an indicator to evaluate whether the economy is entering a "liquidity trap," the People's Bank of China said on Monday. Growth in M1 money supply, which includes cash and short-term deposits, accelerated to 25.4 percent in July from a year earlier while M2 money supply, which...

  • BEIJING, Aug 12- Chinese banks extended 463.6 billion yuan in new yuan loans in July, missing analyst forecasts and falling significantly from the previous month, amid wide debate over whether the central bank should cut interest rates this year. Economists polled by Reuters had expected new loans to be 800 billion yuan in July, after 1.38 trillion yuan in June.

  • BEIJING, Aug 12- Chinese banks extended 463.6 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in July, disappointing analyst expectations and coming in lower than the previous month's lending of 1,380 billion yuan. The central bank said on Friday the broad M2 money supply grew at 10.2 percent from a year earlier, missing forecasts. Outstanding yuan loans grew at 12.9 percent...

  • *China M2 was 73 pct higher than U.S. "The amount of debt that China has taken in the last 5-7 years is unprecedented," said Morgan Stanley's head of emerging markets, Ruchir Sharma, at a book launch in Singapore. "No developing country in history has taken on as much debt as China has taken on on a marginal basis."

  • BEIJING, July 15- Chinese banks extended 1.38 trillion yuan in net new yuan loans in June, exceeding analyst expectations, coming in higher than the previous month's lending of 985.5 billion yuan. The central bank said the broad M2 money supply grew at 11.8 percent from a year earlier, flat with the previous month but beating forecasts. Outstanding yuan loans grew...

  • SHANGHAI, July 8- The People's Bank of China has queried some banks on their demand for medium term lending facility loans later in July, multiple sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday. China's central bank has increasingly relied on MLF loans to guide medium-term interest rates and manage liquidity in the banking system.

  • SHANGHAI, July 8- The People's Bank of China has queried some banks on their demand for medium term lending facility loans later in July, multiple sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Friday. "As things stand and pending another internal or external shock we expect to support the economy by sticking to its box of liquidity management tools...

  • 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...

  • RPT- CHINA MAY M2 MONEY SUPPLY +11.8 PCT FROM YEAR AGO.

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