China's central bank announced a 100 basis points cut in the bank reserve requirement ratio (RRR) yesterday, which means some monetary easing, but does not necessarily amount to stimulative measures, says a research report by UBS AG. The RRR cut will certain increase liquidity provision, but it serves largely to offset the drop in forex […]
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