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15th Feb 2023 16:27China+, Daily Monitor

  • The PBoC left the MLF unchanged this month, but it is likely to cut rates soon to boost confidence.
  • Households’ worries about the outlook are reflected in rising demands for early mortgage repayments.
  • Advance quotas for local government bonds point to a probable front-loaded fiscal stimulus this year.

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