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Savings Certificate of Deposit

  • SHANGHAI/ BEIJING, Aug 31- China's central bank has barred financial institutions from issuing certain kinds of interbank loans as a funding loophole, as it continues to keep a tight grip on the potential for speculative financing. Institutions will not be allowed to issue negotiable certificates of deposit- a popular short-term debt instrument for smaller...

  • BEIJING, Aug 31- China's central bank said on Thursday financial institutions are not allowed to issue inter-bank negotiable certificates of deposit with a tenor exceeding one year from Sept. 1. NCDs with a tenor of one year or less can still be issued, the People's Bank of China said. The PBOC said earlier this month it would start to include NCDs, tenors within...

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