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China’s Central Bank Makes Largest Single-Day Cash Injection in Five Months — PBoC chooses not to follow US Fed Move --Spain

PBOC pumps cash into the financial system to ease a seasonal funding squeeze The People’s Bank of China made its largest single-day cash injection into the financial system since mid-January on Friday.

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China’s Central Bank Makes Largest Single-Day Cash Injection in Five Months

PBOC pumps cash into the financial system to ease a seasonal funding squeeze

The People’s Bank of China made its largest single-day cash injection into the financial system since mid-January on Friday. 815 more words

China Steps Up Support for Its Currency

Investors say Beijing seeks to build confidence in economy amid concerns about a debt buildup and crackdown on loose lending

The People’s Bank of China, under Gov. 1,055 more words

The People’s Bank of China pushing YUAN higher – to stem capital flight

The People’s Bank of China pushing YUAN higher – to stem capital flight

The Chinese DO manipulate their currency, and in this case they are manipulating it higher. 400 more words

Shanghai definitely now calling the gold tune

Gold Today –New York closed at $1,256.10 yesterday after closing at $1,257.20 Wednesday. London opened at $1,263.10 today. 

Overall the dollar was slightly stronger against global currencies, early today. 874 more words

Independent Analyis

Understanding the US/China economic dynamic is not easy -- here is honest data and an honest analysis -- from Belt & Road to GDP

Beijing’s mixture of political and economic priorities may not result in an overall Belt and Road policy formula that is workable. Christopher Whalen May 21, 2017 A great deal of attention is being paid by Western media to China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, the most ambitious foreign-policy initiative yet for paramount leader Xi Jinping. 

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China Pumps $24.7 Billion Into Financial System

Cash injection follows comments from officials suggesting concern that moves to tighten regulation have caused disruption

A woman walks past the People’s Bank of China headquarters in Beijing on March 9, 2017. 708 more words