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China has taken steps to limit short-selling activities as the country's financial markets prepare to reopen on Monday amid an outbreak of a new coronavirus, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.China has taken steps to limit short-selling activities as the country's fi...

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China's central bank said it will inject 1.2 trillion yuan ($174 billion) worth of liquidity into the markets via reverse repo operations on Monday as its stock markets prepare to reopen amid an outbreak of a new coronavirus. Chinese authorities have pledged to use various monetary policy toolsChina's central bank said it will inject 1.2 trillion yuan ($174 billion) worth of liquidity into the markets via reverse repo operations on Monday as its stock markets prepare to reopen amid an outbreak of a new coronavirus. Chinese authorities have pledged to use various monetary policy tools

China to inject $174 billion of liquidity on Monday as markets reopen

The money will be deployed on Monday as financial markets reopen after an extended break.The money will be deployed on Monday as financial markets reopen after an extended break.

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BEIJING: Chinese regulators unveiled a slew of measures to ensure stability of its $45 trillion financial system as the nation stepped up the fight against the spreading virus.BEIJING: Chinese regulators unveiled a slew of measures to ensure stability of its $45 trillion financial system as the nation stepped up the fight against the spreading virus.

China plans $174bn injection to prop markets

“#China deputy central bank governor Pan Gongsheng tells @XHNews bank ready to inject liquidity after financial markets open on Feb 3. (Appears to be part of attempt by authorities to calm jittery investors ahead of 1st day of trade in #China after #LunarNewYear and virus scare.)”

Eunice Yoon on Twitter: "#China deputy central bank governor Pan Gongsheng tells @XHNews bank ready to inject liquidity after financial markets open on Feb 3. (Appears to be part of attempt by authorities to calm jittery investors ahead of 1st day of trade in #China after #LunarNewYear and virus scare.)"

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“Issuing client note on #coronavirus impact after #WHO statement. Reason is impact on China whose stimuli has bailed out global growth. If China goes into recession no Central Bank weapons can fight the collateral impact on contagion into Europe manufacturing, banks and US stocks”

Eddie Hobbs on Twitter: "Issuing client note on #coronavirus impact after #WHO statement. Reason is impact on China whose stimuli has bailed out global growth. If China goes into recession no Central Bank weapons can fight the collateral impact on contagion into Europe manufacturing, banks and US stocks"

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PBOC wants to boost liquidity, stabilize currency when markets open after extended break PBOC wants to boost liquidity, stabilize currency when markets open after extended break

Although China's economy may suffer as the country fights against the novel coronavirus, the sound development of the digital economy has been helping cancel out the negative impact.

Digital economy steps up during coronavirus outbreak - CGTN

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The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) will allocate a hefty sum to stabilize the currency market and ensure there is enough liquidity in the country’s financial institutions, which remain thwarted by the sweeping coronavirus epidemic.The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) will allocate a hefty sum to stabilize the currency market and ensure there is enough liquidity in the country’s financial institutions, which remain thwarted by the sweeping coronavirus epidemic.

China’s central bank pumps $173bn into economy to heal damage from coronavirus outbreak — RT Business News

The People's Bank of China have already made a statement indicating they'll be boosting cash market liquidity today.   A 1.2 tln yuan reverse repo operation is due today.  By Eamonn SheridanThe People

PBOC to inject cash funds today

China’s central bank today announced plans to inject 1.2 trillion yuan worth of liquidity ($174 billion in U.S. dollars) into the financial markets via reverse repo operations on Monday, as stock markets prepare to reopen amid an escalating Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Stock, currency and bond markets have been shut down in China since January 23,…China’s central bank today announced plans to inject 1.2 trillion yuan worth of liquidity ($174 billion in U.S. dollars) into the financial markets via reverse repo operations on Monday, as stock m…

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Analysts warn of economic fallout if factories remain closed, market sell-off deepensAnalysts warn of economic fallout if factories remain closed, market sell-off deepens

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China's central bank says it will inject 1.2 trillion yuan, or about 173.8 billion dollars, into the financial markets on Monday, when businesses reopen after the Lunar New Year holidays.China's central bank says it will inject 1.2 trillion yuan, or about 173.8 billion dollars, into the financial markets on Monday, when businesses reopen after the Lunar New Year holidays.

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China will strengthen its financial support for epidemic control, with the battle against the novel

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