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China injects record $84bn to boost economy and avoid cash squeeze

China injects record $84bn to boost economy and avoid cash squeeze

China’s central bank injected a record Rmb570bn ($84bn) into the country’s banking system via open market operations on Wednesday in the latest effort to boost liquidity and promote increased lending to a slowing economy. Credit and money-supply...

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China signals more stimulus as economic slowdown deepens

China signals more stimulus as economic slowdown deepens

China on Tuesday signaled more stimulus measures in the near term as a tariff war with the United States took a heavy toll on its trade sector and raised the risk of a sharper economic slowdown. The world’s second-largest economy will aim...

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China steel prices rise on consumption boost plans, trade talk hopes

China steel prices rise on consumption boost plans, trade talk hopes

Chinese steel futures prices inched up on Wednesday, buoyed by Beijing vowing to introduce policies to strengthen consumer spending and optimism that the months-long U.S.-China trade row is finally coming to an end. China plans to introduce...

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China’s GDP Will Grow 6.3% This Year, Economist Survey Says

China’s GDP Will Grow 6.3% This Year, Economist Survey Says

Chinese economists expect the gross domestic product of the country to grow 6.3 percent this year, which is 1 percentage point more than what the International Monetary Fund suggests. Chief economists from major financial institutions believed...

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China and US officials to hold trade talks in bid to ease tensions

China and US officials to hold trade talks in bid to ease tensions

US and Chinese officials will meet on Monday for their first formal talks since the beginning of a three-month truce in a trade war between the world’s two largest economies that has dragged down global markets. China’s commerce ministry said on...

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China’s 2018 Private Consumption Is Set to Top USD5.5 Trillion

China’s 2018 Private Consumption Is Set to Top USD5.5 Trillion

China’s private consumption rose 9.1 percent yearly to CNY34.5 trillion (USD5 trillion) over the first 11 months, with the full year figure projected to top CNY38 trillion, a set of official data shows. The structure of the consumer market...

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The best days of the dollar’s rally are behind it, currency expert says

The best days of the dollar’s rally are behind it, currency expert says

The greenback has been red hot, but the rally’s days are likely numbered. The dollar index has soared around 8 percent since its February low, but I believe we’ve seen the top for 2018. A few factors are at play here, including the...

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China Premier says will introduce new measures to boost private investment: Xinhua

China Premier says will introduce new measures to boost private investment: Xinhua

China’s Premier Li Keqiang said the country will step up reforms and roll out new incentives to remove obstacles to private investment and business, the official Xinhua news agency reported. Xinhua said Li made the remarks on Thursday during a...

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China Vows to Meet 2018 Economic Targets Despite Trade Fight

China Vows to Meet 2018 Economic Targets Despite Trade Fight

China is able to weather the escalating trade war with the U.S. and achieve its economic targets for this year, an official at the nation’s top economic planning body said. The impact on industrial production, employment and consumer prices will...

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NAI500 Contributor Joseph Tang featured in Chinese Financial Media

NAI500 Contributor Joseph Tang featured in Chinese Financial Media

BMO Nesbitt Burns investment advisor and NAI500 contributer, Joseph Tang was featured in <Monday Forum> in a local Vancouver Chinese media LS Times TV on July 17, 2018.  In Cantonese, he spoke about economic trends and what is happening to...

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China urges U.S. to ‘pull back from brink’ as Trump unveils tariffs

China urges U.S. to ‘pull back from brink’ as Trump unveils tariffs

China urged the United States on Friday to “pull back from the brink” as President Donald Trump’s plans for tariffs on up to $60 billion in Chinese goods brought the world’s two largest economies closer to a trade war. The escalating tensions...

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