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China Bank Lending Up
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China Bank Lending Up

Chinese banks lent more in November than October, official data showed, after the country’s central bank cut interest rates late November, AFP said. A total of 852.7b yuan ($137.8b) worth of new loans were extended last month, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) said. The figure marked an improvement from 548.3b yuan in October beating a median forecast of 650b yuan by a Wall Street Journal poll.    

 

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