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CHINA PRESS: China's policy interest rates, such as those on medium lending
facilities (MLF), and open market operations (OMO), are further expected to drop
as part of broad loosening measures to stimulate growth, Ming Ming, analyst at
Citic Securities, wrote in a report. Lower rates may be bullish for the bond
market, though its impact on shares remains unclear, Ming wrote. Dovish outlook
by the U.S. Federal Reserve allows more room for China to reduce rates, while
statements by central bank officials on market-based rate reform, such as
"converging deposit and loan rates and money rates," signals lower-rate
intentions, he said.