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Asia | 11 June 2020 Promising Money Data Imply the PBoC can Take a Step Back
The People's Bank of China likely will be more than content with the latest money and credit data, to the point where it probably won't see the need to cut interest rates further anytime soon.

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11 June 2020 Promising Money Data Imply the PBoC can Take a Step Back

By Miguel Chanco

The People's Bank of China likely will be more than content with the latest money and credit data, to the point where it probably won't see the need to cut interest rates further anytime soon.

Posted: 11th Jun 2020 in 'Asia'

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