Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters
Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters
Hannah Anderson
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Macroscope by Hannah Anderson

China’s central bank eases into 2020 with a firm grip on loose liquidity

  • While policy easing remains – with falling lending rates and a cut to the reserve requirement ratio – investors should not expect a flood of liquidity. The 2020 prognosis? Loose but prudent monetary policy

Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters
Investors should not expect the People’s Bank of China to introduce broad easing or massive monetary stimulus. Photo: Reuters
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Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson is a global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management. She is on the Global Market Insights Strategy team, based in Hong Kong. In this role, she is responsible for developing and communicating timely market and economic insights to retail and institutional clients across Asia Pacific, with a particular focus on China’s evolving financial system, global trade, and US-China relations.