Strategist: There's Still One Big Market Disequilibrium That Hasn't Been Resolved

Kawa, Luke
August 2015
Financial-planning.com;8/26/2015, p3
The article reports on the announcement of the central bank People's Bank of China to lower the reserve requirement ratio and cut two of its policy rates in response to the deterioration in domestic liquidity conditions and slumping stock market in China in 2015.


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