A recent working paper from the People’s Bank of China tries to explain the differences between the credit ratings issued by domestic and international agencies.
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China sets up fund industry courtroom
China’s first court specialised in judging cases involving the fund industry is aimed at tighter scrutiny of the financial industry.
China takes more steps to open bond market
The mainland’s provident and pension funds should bring up to $610bn into China’s interbank bond market (CIBM) after regulators open it to a wide range of foreign and domestic investors, analysts said.
China’s market plunge puts economy at risk
The continuing fall in China’s stock market puts the country’s entire financial system and structural reform agenda at risk, according to Axa Investment Managers and Schroders.
Positive sentiment on Chinese banks ignores govt stranglehold
When the People’s Bank of China imposed a 1% reduction on the required reserve ratio – the amount of cash reserves a bank must hold – on 20 April, bringing the rate down to 18.5%, it triggered a wave of positive sentiment. However, Rothman, investment strategist at Matthews Asia, believes that the hopes of increased […]
Further easing on cards even after China cuts banks’ RRR
The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) on Sunday lowered the RRR for banks by 100 basis points to 18.5% as it seeks to add more liquidity to the economy, help boost bank lending and combat a growth slowdown. “The major reason for the RRR cut is the net forex outflows from China,” Grace Tam, global […]
China easing measures supporting local stocks
Following the recent rate cut by China’s central bank, asset managers said they expect the announcement of further easing measures, which are likely to be supportive of stock markets.
Singapore to start overnight RMB liquidity
Singapore is to introduce an overnight renminbi liquidity facility to meet the short-term financing needs of financial institutions trading in the Chinese currency.