Chinese Central Bank Mulls Bank Liquidity Rule Change
People’s Bank of China is considering counting savings held by lenders for non-deposit-taking financial institutions towards bank deposits for purpose of loan-to-deposit ratio calculation, Reuters reported yesterday, citing unidentified people.
China Will Probably Scrap Housing Purchase Limits in 2015
Housing sale prices will fall about 5% next yr, Zou Linhua, a researcher at the government-backed Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said today at a press briefing releasing an annual report on housing market, according to a transcript published by China News Service’s website.
China Lets Brokers Offer Stock-Pledging Business on OTC Market
China to Allow Sovereign Notes Used as Margin for Bond Futures
China to Study Further Easing of QFII Criteria
China to Start MYR, RUB, NZD Forward Trading Against CNY
China May Ease Investment Rules in Free Trade Zones
China’s Industrial Profits Drop Most in Two Years Amid Slowdown
(Bloomberg) — China’s industrial profits fell the most in two years last month, the latest data to show a deepening slowdown in the world’s second-biggest economy as pressure grows on the nation’s central bank to ease monetary conditions.