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PBOC money input: Still too conservative

China Daily | Updated: 2013-08-09 07:25

Policy | Mike Bastin

China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, continued to inject liquidity into the banking system on Tuesday, with 12 billion yuan ($1.96 billion) of seven-day reverse repurchase agreement (repo) operations. The injection is the third since last Tuesday when the central bank resumed the reverse repo sales after a suspension of about six months.

On July 30 for the first time since February this year the central bank actually injected funds into China's decelerating economy instead of draining them. The injection, however, a 17 billion yuan issuance of seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, is comparatively small and the official guidance rate is high.

PBOC money input: Still too conservative

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