China's Stocks Rebound in Late Trading After Reserve Ratio CutBloomberg News
Central bank lowers reserve ratio first time in four months
Data shows China's manufacturing hasn't been weaker since 2009
Chinese stocks rallied in late trading as the central bank cut the amount of cash lenders must hold in reserve and a strengthening yuan overshadowed disappointing manufacturing data.
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