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MNI China Liquidity Index™– Jumps To 65.3 in January

(MNI) LONDON

Liquidity conditions across China's money markets tightens in January, traders say.

Liquidity across China’s interbank market tightened in January, due to increased cash demands and bond issuance, as economic fundamentals proved resilient and the recovery gathered pace, the latest MNI Liquidity Conditions Index shows.

The Liquidity Condition Index climbed to 65.3 in January, double the reading of 32.9 registered in December. As many as 47.2% of the participants reported liquidity tensions. Liquidity typically tightens in the month preceding the Chinese New Year holiday.

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Liquidity across China’s interbank market tightened in January, due to increased cash demands and bond issuance, as economic fundamentals proved resilient and the recovery gathered pace, the latest MNI Liquidity Conditions Index shows.

The Liquidity Condition Index climbed to 65.3 in January, double the reading of 32.9 registered in December. As many as 47.2% of the participants reported liquidity tensions. Liquidity typically tightens in the month preceding the Chinese New Year holiday.

Keep reading...Show less