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szdaily -> Business
At a Glance
    2017-October-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Central bank query

THE People’s Bank of China asked some commercial banks yesterday about their demand for medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans, market sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

The central bank is expected to inject the funds through the MLF loans Friday, the sources said. It was not known how much it would inject, via which tenors or whether rates would remain unchanged. A batch of 84 billion yuan (US$12.68 billion) of 12-month MLF loans is due to mature Friday, and another two batches of such loans with a total value of 355.5 billion yuan are set to expire next week.

RRR cut impact

THE plan by the central bank to cut the amount of cash reserves that some banks must hold will not alter policymakers’ resolve to lower financial risk, a central bank official was quoted as saying yesterday.

The senior central bank official, who was not identified, told China Daily that the planned cut would also not impede policymakers’ determination to lower bank leverage ratios. “Some financial institutions, which have appealed for an easing of monetary policy, do feel liquidity stress during the campaign to tame interbank borrowing in order to prevent systemic risks,” he added.

Nissan vehicle sales

NISSAN Motor Co. said yesterday its sales in China rose 15.1 percent last month from a year earlier to 142,300 vehicles.

The results follow a 17.8-percent increase the Yokohama-based automaker posted for August. In the first nine months of the year, Nissan sold a total of 1.02 million vehicles, up 9.8 percent from the same period a year ago.

 

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