The People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: ReutersThe People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: Reuters
The People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: Reuters
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Nervous economies wait and hope over coronavirus cases

  • As outbreak threatens to deliver further blows to growth of both China and the world, signs of a peak in the number of new infections is eagerly awaited

The People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: ReutersThe People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: Reuters
The People's Bank of China has pumped hundreds of billions into financial markets in an attempt to cushion volatility. Photo: Reuters
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