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TOKYO: Standard & Poor's on Thursday expressed concern that China's sovereign rating could face pressure if policymakers revert to rapid credit growth to shield the economy from the impact of a trade war with the United States.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: China's two recent reserve requirement ratio (RRR) cuts amid slowing economic growth and rising trade risks have prompted market speculation that a new cycle of monetary easing is underway, but Fitch Ratings believes it is too early to conclude recent policy actions mark a clear reversion in stance.
SHANGHAI: Chinese banks extended more loans than expected in September, buoyed by demand from home buyers and companies, even as the government tightened the screws to wean the economy off its years-long addiction to cheap debt.
HONG KONG: Standard and Poor's lowered Hong Kong's long-term rating from AAA to AA+ on Friday following its earlier downgrade of China's sovereign rating.
BEIJING: China’s industrial engine cranked up again in May, reassuring investors worried about slowing growth in the world’s second-biggest economy as it grappled with debt risks and tried to shake off a stinging ratings downgrade from Moody’s Investors Service.
THE surprise downgrade of China’s sovereign rating by Moody’s, the first time in 30 years, may not have a major impact on markets but points to nagging concerns on its long-term financial stability.