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China's rate reductions mark start of rate-cut cycle: analysts

SINGAPORE (Nov 24): China is likely to cut interest rates again in the foreseeable future to boost credit demand and prevent an “over-correction” in its property market and investment sector, according to Citi. 365 more words

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Another record-breaking week for U.S. stock markets

The U.S. stock market closed out its fifth-straight week of gains with new highs Friday, buoyed by positive economic news from China and Europe.

The People’s Bank of China announced a surprising… 339 more words

Finance

TAGLIO DEI TASSI DI INTERESSE CINESI

La Banca Centrale di Cina (People’s Bank of China) ha tagliato a sorpresa il tasso sui depositi a un anno al 2.75% e il tasso sui prestiti a un anno di 40 punti base al 5.60% con effetti dal 22 novembre 2014.  391 more words

Cina

Bertahan selama 2 tahun, Cina akhirnya pangkas suku bunga

Sebuah langkah yang tidak diperkirakan sebelumnya terjadi pada hari ini, dimana Bank Sentral Cina akhirnya memangkas suku bunga pada Jumat, hal ini dilakukan sebagai upaya untuk meningkatkan dukungan terhadap perekonomian negara ekonomi terbesar kedua dunia itu karena negeri tirai bambu itu menuju pada pertumbuhan terlemahnya di hampir seperempat abad, yang ditengarai oleh utang yang membengkaknya. 353 more words

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Illinois peeps, check out - Q. and A.: Kevin Niu on Movies and the Hunger for Horror in China

Despite being about to receive his Ph.D. in physics from Harvard, Kevin Niu plans to eschew the academic life to follow his calling in the entertainment industry.. 7 more words

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The Appearance and Reality of Resisting Stimulus In China

New monthly economic indicators confirm the slowing of China’s economy. Growth in retail sales, industrial production and fixed-asset investment all decelerated in October. Nonetheless, central bankers are likely to hold fast against calls for across-the-board stimulus. 344 more words

China

An Alibaba-Apple Pay marriage could pit both companies against Beijing

Alibaba founder Jack Ma and Apple CEO Tim Cook are making noises about teaming up to tackle China’s multitrillion-dollar financial payments sector. But any combination of the two tech giants could put them on dangerous ground with the Chinese government, which has been fighting to protect the turf of its state-owned payment giant, and is already cracking down on both companies. 415 more words