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iol.co.za
Bonds: is the pricing right?with a face value of R40 billion, and junior (subordinated) bonds, with a face
Bonds: is the pricing right?
iol.co.za / Posted 3 days ago
with a face value of R40 billion, and junior (subordinated) bonds, with a face value of R4 billion, effectively had three prices: * A 10-percent reduction in the face value of the R40-billion senior debt following an indication from the... Read more
3d
Asian Correspondent
China cuts key interest rate as stocks plummet 7.6%rate by 0.25 percent Tuesday after its main stock market index fell for a fourt
China cuts key interest rate as stocks plummet 7.6%
Asian Correspondent / Posted 3 days ago
rate by 0.25 percent Tuesday after its main stock market index fell for a fourth day, plunging 7.6 percent to an eight-month low. The People’s Bank of China cut its one-year benchmark lending rate by 0.25% to 4.6%. Meanwhile, the Reserve... Read more
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3d
Zero Hedge
China Cuts Benchmark Interest Rate By 25bps, Cuts RRR By 50bpsfirst decline since 2011 to the level of financing high social cost below 6% ef
China Cuts Benchmark Interest Rate By 25bps, Cuts RRR By 50bps
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
first decline since 2011 to the level of financing high social cost below 6% effective mitigation. Although the past two months, CPI rose slightly, but the main impact of structural factors such as rising pork prices are significantly affected,... Read more
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5d
The Age
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuanCapital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already al
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuan
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Capital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already almost $US100 billion. Photo: Reuters Capital outflows from China have surged to $US190 billion ($123 billion) during the past seven weeks, forcing the authorities to... Read more
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5d
Sydney Morning Herald
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuanCapital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already al
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Capital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already almost $US100 billion. Photo: Reuters Capital outflows from China have surged to $US190 billion ($123 billion) during the past seven weeks, forcing the authorities to... Read more
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5d
Canberra Times
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuanCapital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already al
Capital floods out of China as it struggles to steady yuan
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Capital flight from China for the first three weeks of this month is already almost $US100 billion. Photo: Reuters Capital outflows from China have surged to $US190 billion ($123 billion) during the past seven weeks, forcing the authorities to... Read more
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6d
The Borneo Post
Bursa likely to extend downward trendgrowth, he said. China’s Purchasing Managers’ Index showed that Chinese manufa
Bursa likely to extend downward trend
The Borneo Post / Posted 6 days ago
growth, he said. China’s Purchasing Managers’ Index showed that Chinese manufacturing activity shrank for a sixth straight month in August, falling to 47.1 from July’s final reading of 47.8 and remained below the threshold of 50 that separated... Read more
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6d
Channel NewsAsia
To battle a slump, property developers trot out bells and whistlesplaygrounds and BBQ pits, the development’s array of facilities include: Indoor
To battle a slump, property developers trot out bells and whistles
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
playgrounds and BBQ pits, the development’s array of facilities include: Indoor and outdoor movie theatres, boxing rings, a three-metre high swirl and splash water slide, a flying fox, hammock garden and a jamming room for budding musicians. And as... Read more
6d
iol.co.za
Interest on credit: let’s make it simpleor not, because it’s too complicated to work out the effect of future repo rate
Interest on credit: let’s make it simple
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
or not, because it’s too complicated to work out the effect of future repo rate increases,” he says. This introduces three significant risks to the credit market, Hill-Lewis says. They are: * The risk of default. “Usually when the interest... Read more
7d
Canberra Times
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan interventionsince February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan intervention
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
since February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash and drove a key money-market rate to a four-month high. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) pumped a net 150 billion yuan ($32 billion) into the financial system this... Read more
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8d
The Age
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan interventionsince February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan intervention
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
since February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash and drove a key money-market rate to a four-month high. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) pumped a net 150 billion yuan ($32 billion) into the financial system this... Read more
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8d
Sydney Morning Herald
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan interventionsince February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash
People's Bank of China injects most funds since February amid yuan intervention
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
since February as intervention to prop up the yuan strained the supply of cash and drove a key money-market rate to a four-month high. The People's Bank of China (PBOC) pumped a net 150 billion yuan ($32 billion) into the financial system this... Read more
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9d
The Hindu
Rupee ends 4 paise higher at 65.27 against USDto track timing of a rate hike. The rupee opened substantially lower at 65.40
Rupee ends 4 paise higher at 65.27 against USD
The Hindu / Posted 9 days ago
to track timing of a rate hike. The rupee opened substantially lower at 65.40 from Monday’s closing level of 65.31 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market due to sustained demand from importers and foreign institutional investors. It... Read more
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10d
AllAfrica.com
High Interbank Rates Disturbing InvestorsThe spike in the interbank rate, the rate at which banks borrow from each other
High Interbank Rates Disturbing Investors
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
The spike in the interbank rate, the rate at which banks borrow from each other usually over one to seven days, may be pointing at a potentially artificial crunch in credit and deposits, analysts at African Alliance have warned. The interbank rate... Read more
11d
Zero Hedge
8 Reasons Why The Telegraph Thinks The Market Doomsday Clock Is One Minute To MidnightChina has pursued several measures to boost the flagging economy. The rate of b
8 Reasons Why The Telegraph Thinks The Market Doomsday Clock Is One Minute To Midnight
Zero Hedge / Posted 11 days ago
China has pursued several measures to boost the flagging economy. The rate of borrowing has been slashed during the past 12 months from 6pc to 4.85pc. Opting to devalue the currency was a last resort and signalled the great era of Chinese growth is... Read more
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12d
Daily Telegraph
Doomsday clock for global market crash strikes one minute to midnight as central banks lose controlChina has pursued several measures to boost the flagging economy. The rate of b
Doomsday clock for global market crash strikes one minute to midnight as central banks lose control
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
China has pursued several measures to boost the flagging economy. The rate of borrowing has been slashed during the past 12 months from 6pc to 4.85pc. Opting to devalue the currency was a last resort and signalled the great era of Chinese growth is... Read more
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13d
The Star
Dollar strength or dollar shortage?currency swap would involve two financial institutions – one with a ringgit exp
Dollar strength or dollar shortage?
The Star / Posted 13 days ago
currency swap would involve two financial institutions – one with a ringgit exposure and a floating interest rate such as a three-month Klibor (Kuala Lumpur Interbank Offer Rate). The other party has US dollars and a three-month Libor (London... Read more
14d
Channel NewsAsia
SIBOR climbs to four-month highSINGAPORE: A key interest rate benchmark hit a four-month high on Thursday (Aug
SIBOR climbs to four-month high
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
SINGAPORE: A key interest rate benchmark hit a four-month high on Thursday (Aug 13), as sentiment towards the Singapore dollar remain weak following the depreciation of the Chinese Yuan. On Wednesday, the three-month Singapore Interbank Offered Rate... Read more
14d
AllAfrica.com
Central Bank Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged Againof Mozambique has decided not to raise its key interest rates. A statement iss
Central Bank Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged Again
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
of Mozambique has decided not to raise its key interest rates. A statement issued by the Committee on Wednesday, after its monthly meeting, announced that the Standing Lending Facility (the interest rate paid by the commercial banks to the central... Read more
15d
Channel NewsAsia
SIBOR climbs to four-month highSINGAPORE: A key interest rate benchmark hit a four-month high on Thursday (Aug
SIBOR climbs to four-month high
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
SINGAPORE: A key interest rate benchmark hit a four-month high on Thursday (Aug 13), as sentiment towards the Singapore dollar remain weak following the depreciation of the Chinese Yuan. On Wednesday, the three-month Singapore Interbank Offered Rate... Read more
16d
AllAfrica.com
Shilling Trading in Stable LaneTHE shilling has traded fairly stable against US dollars since the beginning of
Shilling Trading in Stable Lane
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
THE shilling has traded fairly stable against US dollars since the beginning of this month thanks to significant inflow from agricultural sector and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The shilling, according to Bank of Tanzania (BoT) opened the... Read more
17d
Zero Hedge
Demand For Credit Plunges 55% In China As Slump Deepensfor credit hasn’t fallen off a cliff, is set to include loans made as part of t
Demand For Credit Plunges 55% In China As Slump Deepens
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
for credit hasn’t fallen off a cliff, is set to include loans made as part of the PBoC’s plunge protection effort in its monthly new loans data. "The central bank will begin including interbank loans to non-banking institutions in its... Read more
17d
The Hindu
Rupee tumbles to 2-month closing low at 64.19 vs USDExtending losses for the fourth straight session, the rupee on Tuesday plunged
Rupee tumbles to 2-month closing low at 64.19 vs USD
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
Extending losses for the fourth straight session, the rupee on Tuesday plunged by 32 paise to close at nearly 2-month low of 64.19 per dollar on persistent demand for the American currency from banks and importers on the back of higher greenback... Read more
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18d
The Star
Australia and NZ dlrs consolidate bounce, outlook cloudymarked time on Monday as a bounce from recent lows was stymied by speculation U
Australia and NZ dlrs consolidate bounce, outlook cloudy
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
marked time on Monday as a bounce from recent lows was stymied by speculation US interest rates could rise as early as next month. The Aussie dollar idled at $0.7402 after gaining 1.6% last week, with resistance proving stiff around $0.7425. It was... Read more
19d
PhysOrg
Mobile makeover for Britain's scandal-hit banksEuromonitor survey found 36 percent of British consumers have used a smartphone
Mobile makeover for Britain's scandal-hit banks
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
Euromonitor survey found 36 percent of British consumers have used a smartphone to access banking services in the past month. That compares with 44 percent in the United States, 39 percent in Australia, 32 percent in France and 19 percent in... Read more
19d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Mobile makeover for Britain's scandal-hit banksEuromonitor survey found 36 percent of British consumers have used a smartphone
Mobile makeover for Britain's scandal-hit banks
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 days ago
Euromonitor survey found 36 percent of British consumers have used a smartphone to access banking services in the past month. That compares with 44 percent in the United States, 39 percent in Australia, 32 percent in France and 19 percent in... Read more
21d
The Hindu
Rupee ends 4 paise down at 63.81 against US dollarfall, forex dealers said. The local currency opened almost flat at 63.76 as ag
Rupee ends 4 paise down at 63.81 against US dollar
The Hindu / Posted 21 days ago
fall, forex dealers said. The local currency opened almost flat at 63.76 as against its previous closing of 63.77 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market. It moved in a range of 63.75 and 63.84 during the day before ending at 63.81,... Read more
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21d
Mail & Guardian
Rogue savant's final gamble failstrading floor in Tokyo’s financial district in the summer of 2006. Hayes had b
Rogue savant's final gamble fails
Mail & Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
trading floor in Tokyo’s financial district in the summer of 2006. Hayes had been at UBS Group AG for less than two months and was sitting on a losing bet on the direction of the yen London interbank rate (Libor), a lending rate set by a... Read more
22d
Business Standard India
Pharma, cement stocks rally in a quiet marketpharma and cement sectors. RUPEE The rupee has edged up 4 paise to 63.71 again
Pharma, cement stocks rally in a quiet market
Business Standard India / Posted 22 days ago
pharma and cement sectors. RUPEE The rupee has edged up 4 paise to 63.71 against the US dollar in early trade today at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on increased selling of the dollar by exporters amid higher foreign funds inflow. OIL Oil... Read more
22d
Zawya
MIDEAST MONEY-Gulf's days of easy money ending under oil price pressuresshield banking systems * Saudi, UAE, other money market rates start to rise *
MIDEAST MONEY-Gulf's days of easy money ending under oil price pressures
Zawya / Posted 22 days ago
shield banking systems * Saudi, UAE, other money market rates start to rise * May outpace U.S. rate rises in coming months * UAE loan-to-deposit ratio climbs * Saudi sovereign bond issues may start to affect liquidity By Archana... Read more
23d
AllAfrica.com
Dollar Continues to Wreck Havoc On East African Currenciesit was in the country's business and administrative capital Kigali where it was
Dollar Continues to Wreck Havoc On East African Currencies
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
it was in the country's business and administrative capital Kigali where it was quoted at Rwf726.32 for a dollar by the interbank foreign exchange market on July 31. Between the Rwf726.32 rate and the Kigali street quotes was a difference of... Read more
23d
The New Zealand Herald
'Rain Man' Hayes loses last Libor gambletrading floor in Tokyo's financial district in the summer of 2006. Hayes had b
'Rain Man' Hayes loses last Libor gamble
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
trading floor in Tokyo's financial district in the summer of 2006. Hayes had been at UBS Group AG for less than two months and was sitting on a losing bet on the direction of yen Libor, a lending rate set by a survey of banks. On a call that... Read more
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23d
The Age
RateSetter founder has a dream to provide rates by the people for the peoplebefore that O'Sullivan Partners, clarified that the rate the company was talkin
RateSetter founder has a dream to provide rates by the people for the people
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
before that O'Sullivan Partners, clarified that the rate the company was talking about replacing is more Libor (the London Interbank Offered Rate) than the central bank overnight cash rate. Libor and Australia's equivalent, the bank bill swap rate,... Read more
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23d
Sydney Morning Herald
RateSetter founder has a dream: rates by the people for the peopleFoggo, a former investment banker, clarified the rate the company is talking ab
RateSetter founder has a dream: rates by the people for the people
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Foggo, a former investment banker, clarified the rate the company is talking about replacing is more LIBOR (the London Interbank Offered Rate) than the central bank overnight cash rate. LIBOR and Australia's equivalent, the bank bill swap rate,... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
RateSetter founder has a dream: rates by the people for the peopleFoggo, a former investment banker, clarified the rate the company is talking ab
RateSetter founder has a dream: rates by the people for the people
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
Foggo, a former investment banker, clarified the rate the company is talking about replacing is more LIBOR (the London Interbank Offered Rate) than the central bank overnight cash rate. LIBOR and Australia's equivalent, the bank bill swap rate,... Read more
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24d
AllAfrica.com
Emefiele - CBN Supports Banks' Decision to Reject Dollar Depositsprices. This has seen the central bank issuing one too many circulars on foreig
Emefiele - CBN Supports Banks' Decision to Reject Dollar Deposits
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
prices. This has seen the central bank issuing one too many circulars on foreign exchange management in the last couple of months and there has been a lot of criticism about this. Some have even said the best thing for the CBN to do is to devalue... Read more
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24d
The Courier Mail
Stocks buoyant ahead of RBA meetingper cent, to 5,701.9. While economists and financial markets expect the Reserv
Stocks buoyant ahead of RBA meeting
The Courier Mail / Posted 24 days ago
per cent, to 5,701.9. While economists and financial markets expect the Reserve Bank of Australia to hold rates at its monthly board meeting today at the record-low level of 2 per cent, the central bank has surprised the market twice this... Read more
24d
Business Spectator
Stocks buoyant ahead of RBA meetingper cent, to 5,701.9. While economists and financial markets expect the Reserv
Stocks buoyant ahead of RBA meeting
Business Spectator / Posted 24 days ago
per cent, to 5,701.9. While economists and financial markets expect the Reserve Bank of Australia to hold rates at its monthly board meeting today at the record-low level of 2 per cent, the central bank has surprised the market twice this... Read more
25d
Reuters
How Libor whiz Rain Man became 'the guy everyone was going to blame'that were common practice at the time. That included influencing other traders
How Libor whiz Rain Man became 'the guy everyone was going to blame'
Reuters / Posted 25 days ago
that were common practice at the time. That included influencing other traders and brokers to nudge Libor, the London Interbank Offered Rate, used as a benchmark for $450 trillion in financial contracts worldwide. Mukul Chawla, the... Read more
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25d
AllAfrica.com
CBN Moves to Block Illicit Financial Flows, Naira Reboundsas money deposit banks are set to publish list of chronic debtors this week fol
CBN Moves to Block Illicit Financial Flows, Naira Rebounds
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
as money deposit banks are set to publish list of chronic debtors this week following the expiration of the apex bank's three-month deadline for the chronic debtors to meet their obligations or be exposed to the public. The apex bank's new... Read more
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25d
Reuters UK Edition
How Libor whiz Rain Man became 'the guy everyone was going to blame'that were common practise at the time. That included influencing other traders
How Libor whiz Rain Man became 'the guy everyone was going to blame'
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 25 days ago
that were common practise at the time. That included influencing other traders and brokers to nudge Libor, the London Interbank Offered Rate, used as a benchmark for $450 trillion (£288.2 trillion) in financial contracts worldwide. Mukul... Read more
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25d
The New Zealand Herald
In Wall Street versus Mississippi county, the underdog wonits median household income is $37,626, about $14,000 less than the U.S. median
In Wall Street versus Mississippi county, the underdog won
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
its median household income is $37,626, about $14,000 less than the U.S. median, according to the Census Bureau. At least three municipalities profited from swaps with Rice. Durham County, North Carolina, home to Duke University, has netted $18... Read more
28d
Reuters
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its ownnotes US2YT=RR, at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest le
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its own
Reuters / Posted 28 days ago
notes US2YT=RR, at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest level since April 2011 and is more than three times higher than it was in May 2013. Rates on T-bills, with durations less than a year, have hit their highest level... Read more
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28d
Zero Hedge
Deutsche Bank "Loses" LIBOR Chat Records; Will Try Hard To Find Themno people were held accountable. That said, we got a faint glimmer of hope on
Deutsche Bank "Loses" LIBOR Chat Records; Will Try Hard To Find Them
Zero Hedge / Posted 28 days ago
no people were held accountable. That said, we got a faint glimmer of hope on the accountability front when, late last month, FT reported that the German financial watchdog BaFin was looking into whether (former) co-CEO Anshu Jain lied to the... Read more
28d
Channel NewsAsia
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its ownTreasury notes , at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest l
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its own
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
Treasury notes , at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest level since April 2011 and is more than three times higher than it was in May 2013. Rates on T-bills, with durations less than a year, have hit their highest level... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its ownnotes US2YT=RR, at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest le
Who needs the Fed? The rate hike cometh on its own
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 28 days ago
notes US2YT=RR, at 0.73 percent on Thursday, is just a tick from its highest level since April 2011 and is more than three times higher than it was in May 2013. Rates on T-bills, with durations less than a year, have hit their highest level... Read more
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29d
Mail & Guardian
SA bonded to a stupid economyin reality, South Africa’s real interest rates are higher than nearly all our t
SA bonded to a stupid economy
Mail & Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
in reality, South Africa’s real interest rates are higher than nearly all our trading partners, and at 7.5%, the 12-month Johannesburg interbank offer rate is now two percent higher than mid-2013 levels. The high rates discourage... Read more
30d
MLive.com
Israeli Middle East expert: Like it or not, there's no real alternative to Iran Nuclear Dealit, nothing is certain. The U.S. Legislature is expected to vote on the suppor
Israeli Middle East expert: Like it or not, there's no real alternative to Iran Nuclear Deal
MLive.com / Posted 30 days ago
it, nothing is certain. The U.S. Legislature is expected to vote on the support for the Iran Nuclear Deal within two months. Should Congress vote against supporting the deal, Obama has already said he intends to use his veto power. Alon... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
What Nigerians Would Gain From Local Refinning of Petroleum Productscracking unit which had been down since 2005, adding that the company was refin
What Nigerians Would Gain From Local Refinning of Petroleum Products
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
cracking unit which had been down since 2005, adding that the company was refining each of the assorted products per month and would attain 90 per cent production capacity by the time the Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) was completed. The... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Irony Of Market Manipulationto submit daily report if local SOEs’ increased stock holdings starting Jul 9.
The Irony Of Market Manipulation
Zero Hedge / Posted a month ago
to submit daily report if local SOEs’ increased stock holdings starting Jul 9. CSFC: issued Rmb80bn short-term note in interbank market on Jul 9, yield at 4.5% p.a., duration at 3 months; and will purchase mutual fund products to stabilize... Read more
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