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China leverage rising at "alarming pace" - cbank official

Thảo luận trong 'Asian indices' bắt đầu bởi chart123, 1/5/17.

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    corporate governance so authorities did not
    have to step in so frequently to help companies out.
    "Financial security is achieved via reforms, not bail-outs,"
    Xinhua reported Xu as saying.
    Last week President Xi Jinping called for increased efforts
    to ward off systemic risks and help maintain financial security.
    Analysts say financial risk and asset bubbles pose a threat to
    the world's second-largest economy if not handed
    well.[nL4N1HY3WX]
    Former Chinese finance minister Lou Jiwei also said last
    month that high leverage was the biggest risk facing China's
    economy because debt has piled up despite government efforts to
    deleverage. [nL3N1HT3ZV]
    The Bank for International Settlements warned last year that
    excessive credit growth in China is signalling an increasing
    risk of a banking crisis in the next three years.[nL3N1BV0DH]
    China watchers have generally expected another modest
    increase in short-term interest rates by the central bank around
    June, following similar moves earlier this year, but see no
    aggressive or politically sensitive tightening moves ahead of a
    major leadership transition in the country later in the year.
    Still, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) and other
    regulators have ramped up the pressure on a number of fronts as
    they look to contain financial risks after years of debt-fueled
    stimulus.
    In particular, regulators are targeting riskier forms of
    financing which often interconnect the official and shadow
    banking sectors and other financial firms such as brokerages and
    trust companies.
    Local governments have also rolled out a series of measures
    to cool heated housing markets, with mixed results so far. But
    again, tapping the brakes too hard risks a blow to economic
    growth.


    (Reporting by Adam Jourdan; Editing by Kim Coghill)
    ((adam.jourdan@thomsonreuters.com; +86 21 6104 1778; Reuters
    Messaging: adam.jourdan.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))



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