China's Cash Injections Only Replaced Yuan Mopped Up by InterventionBloomberg News
Central bank comfortable with money-market rates, says analyst
Reserve-ratio cut lessens need for more funds to be added
Cash injections by China’s central bank in August did little more than replace yuan the authority was buying to prop up the exchange rate, suggesting borrowing costs are as low as policy makers want them to be.
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