Monday, May 14, 2012

China Lowers Bank Reserve Requirement Ratio, Shanghai SE A-Share Index Unchanged

*World edges closer to deflationary slump as money contracts in China (Telegraph)
*Yuan Declines After PBOC Weakens Fixing, Lowers Reserve Ratios (Bloomberg, w/ links to charts)
*China’s latest move to cut RRR marks to further ease policy (businesswatch.2lcbh.com)
*China’s monetary policy: where it stands now (Also Sprach Analyst, w/ charts)
People’s Bank of China cuts reserve requirement ratio by 50bps after ugly data (Also Sprach Analyst)
*The worst is NOT over for the China’s economy (Also Sprach Analyst w/ charts)
*China Lowers Banks’ Reserve Requirements to Support Growth (Bloomberg)
*China May Cut Reserve Ratio Further To Boost Economy - Paper (WSJ)
*China Stimulus May Limit Oil's Losses This Week: Survey (CNBC)
*Analysis: China growth risks signal need for fiscal action (Reuters)

The Shanghai Stock Exchange A-Share Index is unchanged at the moment.

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