Analysts are warning that China’s Interbank lending rate – already touching a two-year peak – is set to rise further. Photo: Reuters
Alun John
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Opinion

Across The Border by Alun John

Ongoing liquidity demands mean June set to be a tight month for China’s money market

Stricter rules mean banks likely to be more unwilling to lend to each other as quarter-end approaches and Beijing assesses systemic risk

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Analysts are warning that China’s Interbank lending rate – already touching a two-year peak – is set to rise further. Photo: Reuters
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