The People’s Bank of China is likely to step up cash injections through open market operations into the banking system ahead of the week-long holiday, which starts from January 31. Photo: AFP
The People’s Bank of China is likely to step up cash injections through open market operations into the banking system ahead of the week-long holiday, which starts from January 31. Photo: AFP

China to ‘timely replenish’ liquidity shortfalls with cash injections before Lunar New Year holiday

  • The People’s Bank of China is likely to step up cash injections through open market operations into the banking system later this month
  • This will help meet rising demand for cash from both companies and households ahead of the week-long Lunar New Year holiday

Topic |   People’s Bank of China
The People’s Bank of China is likely to step up cash injections through open market operations into the banking system ahead of the week-long holiday, which starts from January 31. Photo: AFP
The People’s Bank of China is likely to step up cash injections through open market operations into the banking system ahead of the week-long holiday, which starts from January 31. Photo: AFP
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