Chinese stocks rose on Tuesday after the central government injected 250 billion yuan into the banking system through a reverse repurchase agreement. Photo: Reuters

China stocks rise for a second day as central bank’s liquidity injection boosts small caps

  • The People’s Bank of China unleashes 250 billion yuan into the financial system through the reverse repurchase agreement in its biggest open market operation since May
  • Hong Kong-listed 51 Credit Card rebounds sharply as the stock resumes trading in the afternoon after clarification on police investigation
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Chinese stocks rose on Tuesday after the central government injected 250 billion yuan into the banking system through a reverse repurchase agreement. Photo: Reuters
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