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Baoshang Bank Takeover Continues to Hamper Interbank CD Issuance of China’s Smaller Lenders

The forcible acquisition of Inner Mongolia's beleaguered Baoshang Bank in May last year has had a heavy impact on the interbank certificate...

Net Interbank CD Financing Drops Nearly 60% in 2019

Net financing via interbank certificates of deposit (CD's) has further declined in 2019, following efforts by the Chinese central bank to better...

Ant Financial’s MYBank Slashes Interbank CD Issuance Plans, Shifts Focus to Retail Deposits

Online lender MYBank (网商银行) has flagged a sharp reduction in its issuance of interbank certificate of deposit (CD) this year, and increased...

Chinese Interbank CD Issuance Drops to Near Two Year Low in January

Chinese interbank certificates of deposit (CD's) have posted a plunge in both issuance volumes and rates in the first month of 2019.

Interbank CD’s Included in Macro-prudential Assessments of Smaller Banks from 2019

The Chinese central bank has announced that interbank certificates of deposits issued by smaller financial institutions will soon be included within the purview of...

Central Bank Tightens the Screws on Interbank Certificates of Deposit

The People's Bank of China has greeted 2018 with further tightening of interbank lending activities. Despite a crackdown on shadow banking last year, interbank certificate...

$340 Billion in Interbank CD’s Set to Mature Next Month as Borrowing Costs Rise

Interbank certificates of deposit slated to mature will hit their highest single-month level in nearly four years next month, with 2.25 trillion yuan (USD$340...

Inclusion of Interbank CD’s in Macro-prudential Assessments Will Have Limited Impact on Banks: PBOC

The Chinese central bank's recent decision to include interbank certificates of deposit in its macro-prudential assessments (MPA's) of lenders will not have a sizeable...

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