Helen Qiao at Bank of America Merrill Lynch says that China is heading for tighter policies this year in spending and interest rates.
People's Bank of China Vice Governor Pan Gongsheng said the government would continue to apply pressure to the virtual currency trade.
Financial markets took a hit from a report that China is trimming its U.S. bond holdings — but is this political posturing?
Robin Xing of Morgan Stanley says current monetary conditions in China suggest a rate hike ahead.
China's financial authorities have published new rules to regulate bond trading, with a focus on restricting leverage and banning under-the-table deals.
"In this world, nothing is ever permanent," said Bobby Lee, CEO and co-founder of BTCC.
Sian Fenner of Oxford Economics says China's credit growth should slow a bit in 2018.
Marc Franklin of Conning Asia Pacific says he's watching how the PBOC may respond to a moderate growth slowdown.
China has dominated global issuance of so-called green bonds for two straight years — a trend that will likely continue.
Some Asian economies have issued stern warnings about risks in cryptocurrencies in recent days.
China's central bank on Thursday raised interest rates for its reverse repos and medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans by 5 basis points.
China has been injecting a lot of cash into its market, as Beijing walks a line between curbing debt and keeping the economy stable.
China wants to reduce debt, with growth in the risky shadow banking sector slowing this year. But, the credit is just moving elsewhere.
China's central bank boss spelled out his strategy to prevent a future financial crisis.
The biggest debt issues in China still come from corporates, state-owned enterprises and local governments, Barclays' China economist said.
China is leaving nothing to chance during next week's visit by U.S. President Donald Trump, and will likely fortify the value of the yuan.
Many China watchers are also worried about the rapid growth in household borrowing fueled by real estate purchases.
Focus on the new line-up of Chinse leaders in various financial institutions, said the International Monetary Fund's former head for China.
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said he is likely to retire soon, confirming an earlier Reuters report.
Grace Wu, senior director of financial institutions at Fitch Ratings, said second-tier banks in China are one corner to watch as the country attempts to curb credit growth and deleverage.