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China’s Credit Surged in January Before Virus Froze Economy

  • New yuan loans hit all-time high despite fewer working days
  • January data doesn’t reflect virus impact on the economy
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China’s overall credit growth surged in January, before the extended Lunar New Year holiday due to the coronavirus outbreak curtailed economic activity across much of the country.