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  • BEIJING, Aug 15- China's new loans in July fell to their lowest in 8 months due to property curbs that have cooled mortgage lending and seasonal effects, reinforcing views economic activity will slow in the second half. Chinese banks extended 825.5 billion yuan in net new yuan loans last month- the lowest since November 2016- down from 1.54 trillion yuan in June, but...

  • *July new loans 825.5 bln yuan, vs f'cast 800 bln yuan. BEIJING, Aug 15- Chinese banks extended 825.5 billion yuan in net new yuan loans in July, falling sharply from June due to seasonal effects, restrictive property measures and efforts by regulators to alleviate financial risks. Beijing is trying to reduce financial risks by containing rising debt and defusing...

  • *New loans f'cast 800 billion yuan. *July activity indicators out on Aug 14. BEIJING, Aug 3- A flurry of data in coming weeks should show steady growth in China in July, though the potential for increased trade friction with the United States poses a risk to the world's second-largest economy as it navigates a tighter policy environment.

  • BEIJING, July 31- China's central bank will continue to force financial institutions to cut debt but ensure the process is smooth and orderly to limit its impact on market liquidity, an assistant central bank governor said in remarks published on Monday. The drive to force financial institutions to deleverage, which led to adjustments in their assets and...

  • CARACAS, July 29- In a portend of steepening inflation in crisis-stricken Venezuela, money supply surged 10 percent in just one week earlier this month, its largest single-week rise in a quarter of a century. Venezuela is undergoing a major economic crisis, with millions suffering food shortages, monthly wages worth only the tens of U.S. dollars, and soaring...

  • FRANKFURT, July 27- Growth in bank loans to euro zone corporations slowed sharply in June but household lending held at a post-crisis high and a key money supply indicator, which often predicts future economic activity, firmed, European Central Bank data showed on Thursday. Corporate lending in the 19- country currency bloc grew by 2.1 percent in June, a big...

  • TOKYO- Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Hiroshi Nakaso speaks to business leaders in Hiroshima- 0130 GMT. **FRANKFURT- The European Central Bank releases monthly data on lending and money supply- 0800 GMT. OAKDALE, Minneapolis- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in a moderated question-and-answer session before a Woodbury...

  • TOKYO- Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Hiroshi Nakaso speaks to business leaders in Hiroshima- 0130 GMT. **FRANKFURT- The European Central Bank releases monthly data on lending and money supply- 0800 GMT. OAKDALE, Minneapolis- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in a moderated question-and-answer session before a Woodbury...

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  • BEIJING, July 12- Chinese lenders extended more credit than expected in June, as home lending stayed buoyant while a clampdown on shadow financing activities forced banks to shift more loans onto their books. Beijing has tightened the screws on financial risks due to an explosive growth in debt but has injected substantial liquidity at times to avoid a crunch...

  • BEIJING, July 4- China's central bank said on Tuesday that it would continue to implement a prudent and neutral monetary policy, and keep liquidity in the country's financial system basically stable. The People's Bank of China switched to a modest tightening stance at the start of this year to help cool explosive growth in debt, but it injected substantial...

  • *Soaring market rates limit central bank's wiggle room. BEIJING, June 28- China's central bank will hold off on further monetary policy tightening and could even slightly loosen its grip in coming months as a deleveraging drive threatens economic growth and job creation ahead of a leadership reshuffle, policy insiders said. Higher short-term funding costs,...

  • SHANGHAI, June 15- China stocks were little changed on Thursday on persistent fears that policy tightening measures will soon start to weigh on the country's economic growth, despite largely resilient data reported the previous day. China's central bank left interest rates for open market operations unchanged on Thursday, shrugging off an overnight...

  • BEIJING, June 14- China's economy generally remained on solid footing in May, but tighter monetary policy, a cooling housing market and slowing investment reinforced views that it will gradually lose momentum in coming months. China's fast start to the year led the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday to raise its 2017 growth outlook for the country to 6.7...

  • BEIJING, June 14- China's bank lending was generally normal in May, while the slowdown in M2 money supply growth reflects deleveraging in the finance sector, the People's Bank of China said on Wednesday following the release of May lending and money supply data. In a statement, the PBOC said the slower annual M2 growth, which fell to a more than two decade low of 9.6...

  • BEIJING, April 14- China's banks unexpectedly extended less credit in March than in the previous month as the government tries to contain the risks from an explosive build-up in debt and an overheating housing market. China's banks made 1.02 trillion yuan in new loans in March, down from 1.17 trillion yuan in February. However, China's banks still extended the...

  • BEIJING, April 14- Chinese banks extended 1.02 trillion yuan in net new yuan loans in March, below analysts' expectations. Analysts polled by Reuters had predicted new yuan loans of 1.25 trillion yuan, up from 1.17 trillion yuan in February. The growth of M2 money supply in March was the slowest year-on-year growth since July 2016, People's Bank of China data showed.

  • BEIJING, April 14- Chinese banks extended 1.02 trillion yuan in net new yuan loans in March, below analysts' expectations. Analysts polled by Reuters had predicted new yuan loans of 1.25 trillion yuan, up from 1.17 trillion yuan in February. The growth of M2 money supply in March was the slowest year-on-year growth since July 2016, People's Bank of China data showed.

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