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BEIJING (Xinhua): China's property market continued to ease in September amid strict government regulations to curb housing speculation, official data showed Wednesday (Oct 20).
MANY central banks are starting to withdraw the emergency stimulus they introduced to fend off last year’s pandemic recession.
SHANGHAI: China is set to leave its benchmark lending rate steady for the 17th month at its September fixing next Wednesday, a Reuters survey showed, but market participants expect more targeted liquidity measures as the economy grapples with the fallout of the Delta variant.
SHANGHAI: China is expected to keep its benchmark lending rate unchanged for the 16th straight month at its August fixing today, but some traders and analysts believe a cut may be needed soon amid signs the country’s economic recovery is losing steam, a Reuters survey showed.
SHANGHAI: China’s central bank injected billions of yuan through medium-term loans into the financial system yesterday, which many market participants interpreted as an effort to prop up the economy, although the cost of such borrowing was left unchanged.
ECONOMIC data will take a backseat to corporate earnings. Some of the companies expected to release their quarterly earnings are Gas Malaysia Bhd, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd, S P Setia Bhd, Berjaya Food Bhd, Dialog Group Bhd, Malakoff Corp Bhd and Innature Bhd.
SHANGHAI: The rally in China’s government bonds has cooled as traders pared bets for further policy easing.
The rally in China’s government bonds has cooled as traders pared bets for further policy easing. Data in the coming days may help determine if the gains are revived.
SHANGHAI: China may need more monetary and fiscal easing to halt an economic slowdown in the wake of torrential rains and flooding, and authorities' tough response to outbreaks of the highly-transmissible coronavirus Delta variant, economists say.