China's Money Rate Gains Most Since June While PBOC Injects CashBloomberg News
Central bank is less likely to use RRR cuts, analyst says
Tax bills, maturing medium-term loans seen tightening market
China’s benchmark money-market rate climbed the most since June, reflecting tight cash conditions, even as the central bank injected the most funds in almost three months.
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