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The People's Bank of China might cut banks' required reserve ratios, among other easing...

The People's Bank of China might cut banks' required reserve ratios, among other easing measures, in order to boost liquidity and bank lending, Xinhua reports. The speculation follows a Standard Chartered note this week that highlighted a slowdown in the M2 money supply.
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  • Ray Lopez
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    Wasn't it last year that China took measures to cool off an overheating economy? Fun and (Keynesian) games, as practiced in the west as well.
    19 Apr 2012, 04:50 AM Reply Like
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