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China’s Big Banks Adjust Deposit Rates, Indicating a Move Towards Policy Easing

China’s biggest state-owned banks are slashing deposit rates again, fueling expectations this will create more wiggle room for the central bank to cut lending...

China’s Central Bank Expands Liquidity Support through Policy Loans, Leaves Rates Unchanged

China's central bank ramped up liquidity injection but kept the interest rate unchanged when rolling over maturing medium-term policy loans on Friday, matching market...

China’s Troubled Shadow Bank Signals $36 Billion Shortfall Warning

Embattled shadow banking giant Zhongzhi Enterprise Group Co. has revealed the depth of its financial difficulties, telling investors it is “severely insolvent” with a...

IMF Commends Sri Lanka’s Debt Management Collaboration with China’s Exim Bank

Amid its financial challenges, Sri Lanka has received commendation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for its handling of debt negotiations with China’s Export-Import...

China’s Troubled Shadow Bank Signals $36 Billion Shortfall Warning

Embattled shadow banking giant Zhongzhi Enterprise Group Co. has revealed the depth of its financial difficulties, telling investors it is “severely insolvent” with a...

Boosting the Private Economy: China’s Strategies and Initiatives

High-rises dominate the skyline on both sides of the Huangpu River in Shanghai. China unveiled 28 detailed measures to boost the private economy on Tuesday,...

Citi Analysts Express Concern at Banks Over China’s Mortgage Rate Push

China’s use of stronger language in its latest pledge for banks to cut mortgage rates may lead to more pressure on margins, according to...

Examining the Ripple Effects: How China’s Slower Growth Shapes the World Economy

The Chinese economy could be facing a prolonged period of lower growth, a prospect which may have global ramifications after 45 years of rapid...

Challenges Ahead for China’s New Central Bank Governor

China has a new central bank governor. Pan Gongsheng, who has managed the world’s largest foreign exchange reserves for seven years and was credited with...

China’s Economic Slowdown Casts Shadow on Global Corporate Earnings

As the reporting season for the second quarter approaches, businesses with exposure to China's economy are on edge due to its sluggish growth. Companies...

China’s Economic Recovery Hindered by Cautious Consumer Confidence, ADB Notes

China’s cautious consumer confidence has been a “a dampener” for its fragile recovery, according to Albert Park, chief economist at the Asian Development Bank. On...

China’s Economic Recovery Slows, Experts Call for “Desperately” Needed Stimulus

China’s economic recovery continued to lose steam in the second quarter of 2023, prompting urgent calls for more stimulus from Beijing. The world’s second largest...

China’s Economy Encounters Difficulties in Picking Up Momentum

China is likely to report rapid economic expansion for the second quarter, although underlying figures will reveal a more challenging picture. The comparison with last...

China’s Unclear Debt Market Faces Tightening Funding Situation

The $9 trillion of Chinese local government bonds that helped drag the rest of the world out of the 2008 financial crisis are a...

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