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Asia | 26 June 2018 RRR Cut is More Evidence the PBoC Switching to an Easing Bias
The PBoC cut the reserve requirement ratio by 0.5pp for almost all banks on Sunday, effective from July 5th.

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26 June 2018 RRR Cut is More Evidence the PBoC Switching to an Easing Bias

By Freya Beamish

The PBoC cut the reserve requirement ratio by 0.5pp for almost all banks on Sunday, effective from July 5th.

Posted: 25th Jun 2018 in 'Asia'

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