Financial Regulatory Forum

China hints at resumption of yuan appreciation

November 11, 2009

By Zhou Xin and Jason Subler
BEIJING, Nov 11 (Reuters) – China sent its clearest signal yet that it was ready to allow yuan appreciation after an 18-month hiatus, saying on Wednesday it would consider major currencies, not just the dollar, in guiding the exchange rate.

France, China worry about U.S. dollar weakness

October 20, 2009

By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss and Emmanuel Jarry
NEW YORK/PARIS, Oct 20 (Reuters) – France said on Tuesday the euro at $1.50 was a disaster for Europe and joined China in worrying that a weak U.S. dollar would stoke inflation.

China must focus on changes in asset

September 5, 2009

FINANCIAL CHINA BANKS   SHANGHAI, Sept 5 (Reuters) – China needs to pay close attention to changes in asset prices and to push ahead on innovations in financial tools in the next phase of development, People’s Bank of China Vice Governor Su Ning said on Saturday. (more…)

China seeks to calm fears of lending quotas, to keep monetary policy loose,

July 30, 2009

By Simon Rabinovitch and Zhou Xin
BEIJING, July 30 (Reuters) – China’s central bank pledged to maintain loose monetary policy to support economic recovery and ensure sustainable credit growth without resorting to heavy-handed quotas to rein in a surge in lending.