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12th May 2023 15:00China+, Weekly Monitor

  • China’s April credit data reveal uneven credit growth still led by corporate loans...
  • ...But April household long-term loans saw net repayments, in a warning sign for home demand.
  • Falling bond yields and bank deposit rates are also signs of softening credit demand.

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