Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters
Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters

China’s economic recovery from coronavirus impact set to signal dialing back of monetary stimulus measures

  • The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) has not cut banks’ cash reserve ratio for two months, defying analyst expectations, while letting market interest rates rise
  • But the PBOC is unlikely to completely end stimulus efforts, given persistent economic challenges

Topic |   China economy
Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters
Analysts expect the People’s Bank of China to adopt a more targeted and structured approach to stimulus in the second half of the year. Photo: Reuters
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