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Financial Commentator: China’s RRR Is Not Probably Decreased

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Financial Commentator: China’s RRR Is Not Probably Decreased

Reported by Alan Yu

Chiu Sin Chun, a sophisticated financial commentator from Now TV, predicted that the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) would not decrease the requirement reserve ratio (RRR) in short term.

Chiu Sin Chun gave a speech in Hong Kong Shue Yan University on Tuesday. Chiu said that there is a low possibility for PBoC to lower the RRR recently. The reason is that at the moment, the inflation in China is still at a relatively high level. If the inflation cannot be controlled and still goes up, then the residents would be strongly dissatisfied the government. The China government is afraid of that the dissatisfactory would finally drive the people to rebel it. Hence, the government will not further lower it until the inflation moves down to a low level. Chiu also explained that the government announced to lower the RRR for once in late November last year because it had to cooperate with the central banks from Europe, the United Stated and Japan. Therefore, it could provide more liquidity for the European banking system and eased the shortage of cash for the banks in Europe.

Chiu also said that it was a joke that the American government had to “predict” the interest rate and kept the ultra-low interest rate until the late 2014. The reason was that Federal Reserve (Fed) could adjust the interest rate according to the degree of liquidity of banking system. Moreover, if the inflation eventually increased more than 2%, which was set as the upper limit by itself, it would actively consider increasing the interest rate.

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