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China passes $1 trillion in Treasuries It turns out China does personal more Treasury bonds than the government’s official figures are actually allowing on. China held $1.sixteen trillion of U.S. federal government bonds at the end of 2010, Treasury stated Monday in its preliminary revision of data on foreign portfolio holdings. That’s up $268 billion […]
China ordered its banking institutions Friday to maintain back more funds as reserves in its newest transfer to curb lending and cool a spike in inflation The buy raising reserves 0.5% of deposits is the second this kind of move this year by the central financial institution and follows 6 reserve raises in 2010. Reserves […]
China’s economic growth surges but inflation low China’s economic growth surged to 11.9% in the first quarter, possibly giving Beijing room to allow its currency to rise, but analysts warned it faces growing pressure to cut back stimulus and keep the world’s third-largest economy from overheating. The strong performance reported Thursday might allow a loosening […]