will focus on targeted policy controls I wish I was paid for each time I posted these headlines this year. (Oh hang on, I am!) Well you know what I mean. China’s politburo quoted on Rtrs from state tv broadcast … Continue reading
China can still meet 2014 GDP target of around 7.5% Q2 growth improved from Q1 will further fine tune policy and help small firms will not use big stimulus but will step up use of targeted measures Chinese society and … Continue reading
Hard landing of Chinese economy will not happen Will take China until middle of this century to become a fully modernised industrialised economy Will rely on targeted measures to ensure growth Believes Chinese economy will maintain medium to high growth … Continue reading
will make pre-emptive fine tuning to policy where/when needed will keep credit growth reasonable will increase impact of targetted RRR cuts will further cut admin fees for firms Yep, whatever. Just out on rtrs.
Says Zhu Baoliang who is head of the State information center’s economic forecasting department. China needs to banks reserve requirements China’s property prices absolutely won’t collapse Risks in China’s property sector are under control CPI growth may rebound to 2.4% … Continue reading
Import growth to be relatively stable Negative effect of US tapering may affect China Two way capital flow volatility may increase China to speed up promoting convertibility of capital account SAFE will actively prevent risks from cross-border capital flows and … Continue reading
Confident China will meet 7.5% growth target this year And if not they’ll fudge the figures anyway Comments from MNI
Will keep prudent monetary policy with timely fine tuning Will use a combination of policy tools to keep liquidity ample Will take measures to maintain financial stability and curb systemic risks Economic growth still within reasonable range I hope you’re … Continue reading
PBOC’s Zhou still waffling on and says that money market fund market has great prospects. The headline slightly goes against the rhetoric from Chinese Premier Li Keqiang yesterday who virtually ruled out any action on short term economic volatility.
Asian economies saving creates danger PBOC still part of government in China’s transition period Inflation more important than jobs in PBOC monetary policy Will still consider both employment and growth rate when considering mon pol Bank credit growth remains steady, … Continue reading