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What is China’s true monetary policy goal?

Overview

China’s overall credit growth began to pick up in May last year and peaked at the end of Q1/16. But total social financing (TSF) and bank loans both took a sharp dive in April. Moreover, market concern about whether Chinese policymakers have reversed the easing bias of monetary policy was fuelled by the publication in early May of an article by an “authoritative person” in the People’s Daily (see our 13 May 2016 report Brace for uncertainty as court politics play out) Both money...

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