China's Central Bank Injects $23.4 Billion as Yuan Intervention Drains Funds

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Chinese Stocks Extend Biggest Fall Since 1996

China’s central bank injected the most funds via open-market operations in six months and cut lenders’ reserve ratios, adding cash as it buys yuan to prop up the exchange rate and tries to arrest a stock-market slide.

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