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Quantitative easing with Chinese characteristics? China’s July bond data hint at central bank’s rare move to buy government debt

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The People’s Bank of China may have bought government bonds from domestic banks in July, a rare move that has analysts puzzling over the monetary authority’s policy intentions amid a record amount of government debt issuance. Sovereign bonds held by “other” investors – a category that includes central banks and clearing houses -rose by 196.5 billion yuan to 1.78 trillion yuan (US6 billion) last month, according to data released by China Central Depository & Clearing last week. The increase…

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The People’s Bank of China may have bought government bonds from domestic banks in July, a rare move that has analysts puzzling over the monetary authority’s policy intentions amid a record amount of government debt issuance. Sovereign bonds held by “other” investors – a category that includes central banks and clearing houses -rose by 196.5 billion yuan to 1.78 trillion yuan (US$256 billion) last month, according to data released by China Central Depository & Clearing last week. The increase…

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