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MNI China Liquidity Index™– Rises To 59.4 in September

(MNI) LONDON

Holiday cash demands and regulatory moves ahead of Q3 end see liquidity conditions tighter in China money markets.

Liquidity condition across China’s interbank market tightened modestly into quarter-end, even as the People’s Bank of China injected more funds into the system, the latest MNI Liquidity Conditions Index shows.

The Liquidity Condition Index, rose to 59.4 in September from 53.1 previously, with 34.4% of the participants reporting marginally tighter liquidity condition towards the end of the month. The higher the index reading, the tighter liquidity appears to survey participants.

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Liquidity condition across China’s interbank market tightened modestly into quarter-end, even as the People’s Bank of China injected more funds into the system, the latest MNI Liquidity Conditions Index shows.

The Liquidity Condition Index, rose to 59.4 in September from 53.1 previously, with 34.4% of the participants reporting marginally tighter liquidity condition towards the end of the month. The higher the index reading, the tighter liquidity appears to survey participants.

Keep reading...Show less