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China Signals Monetary Easing to Support ‘Real’ Economy

2019年09月05日 19:50 来源于 财新网
State Council indicates reserve requirement ratio cuts on the way amid economic headwinds that include slowing growth and a trade war with the U.S.
The Nomura economists see an MLF cut as one of the most efficient ways for Beijing to achieve its goal of lowering real interest rates. Photo: VCG

China’s cabinet, the State Council, has signaled that the authorities will ease monetary policy with both broad and targeted cuts to the reserve requirement ratio (RRR) for banks.

Beijing is likely to make the cuts in a timely manner to support the real economy, particularly small enterprises, according to an official statement (link in Chinese) released late Wednesday after a meeting attended by Premier Li Keqiang.

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