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CHINA MONEY-Central bank tests new money supply tools for Year of the Monkey

SHANGHAI, Feb 5- In the weeks leading up to the traditional Lunar New Year liquidity squeeze, China's central bank has been busy testing its new "interest rate corridor", a tool that could help reduce the need for deeper monetary policy easing. The People's Bank of China late last year introduced a new band to guide interest rates on loans and deposits, abolishing...
Source: Reuters | By: Lu Jianxin and Nathaniel Taplin
UPDATE 1-China c.bank injects 1.53 trln yuan liquidity before Lunar New Year

BEIJING, Feb 1- China's central bank injected 1.53 trillion yuan in liquidity ahead of the Lunar New Year festivities to avoid a cash crunch in the lead up to the holiday season. China's central bank lent 862.5 billion yuan to financial institutions in January via its medium-term lending facility, it said in a statement on Monday. China's outstanding standing...
Source: Reuters
China's yuan firms on midpoint, Beijing vows to keep yuan stable

SHANGHAI, Jan 29- China's yuan edged up against the dollar on Friday and is set for a mild weekly gain after the central bank fixed its daily midpoints stronger over the past week. Beijing has also taken further steps to control the country's capital outflows to support the Chinese currency. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.5516 per dollar...
Source: Reuters
FACTBOX-China c.bank's massive operations to supply short-term liquidity

SHANGHAI, Jan 29- The People's Bank of China is going all out to pump short-term cash into the banking system to avoid any cash crunch ahead of the long Lunar New Year holiday, which falls in early February this year. Jan. 15- The PBOC extends 100 billion yuan in loans to nine financial institutions under the medium-term lending facility program.
Source: Reuters
WRAPUP 2-China shares flounder again, but "real economy" sound says state media

*China's main indexes have lost $2 trillion in 2016. *People's Daily says market ructions do not reflect economy. SHANGHAI, Jan 28- China's volatile shares tumbled again on Thursday, taking losses this month to about 25 percent or 13 trillion yuan, while state media insisted that the market ructions did not reflect the real economy.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
WRAPUP 1-China shares lower, but "real economy" sound says state media

*China's main indexes have lost $1.8 trillion in 2016. *People's Daily says market ructions do not reflect economy. SHANGHAI, Jan 28- China's volatile shares were lower again on Thursday, taking losses this month to about 23 percent or 12 trillion yuan, while state media insisted that the market ructions did not reflect the real economy.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
WRAPUP 4-China shares end lower, taking 2016 losses to $1.8 trln

*China's main indexes have lost nearly $2 trillion in 2016. SHANGHAI, Jan 27- Chinese highly volatile shares ended lower again on Wednesday after plunging on Tuesday, taking losses in 2016 to about 22 percent or 12 trillion yuan. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen ended down 0.3 percent after a similar rollercoaster ride.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
WRAPUP 3-China shares tumble again, taking 2016 losses to $2 trln

*China's main indexes have lost $2 trillion in 2016. SHANGHAI, Jan 27- Chinese shares fell sharply again on Wednesday after plunging in the previous session, taking losses in 2016 to nearly 25 percent or 13 trillion yuan. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen was down 2.4 percent.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
WRAPUP 2-China shares tumble again as global markets await Fed statement

*China's main indexes have lost $1.8 trillion in 2016. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen was down 2.2 percent. China's stock markets have slumped 23-24 percent so far this year, knocking nearly 12 trillion yuan off the value of the indexes as of Tuesday night.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
WRAPUP 1-China shares struggle as global markets await Fed statement

*China's main indexes have lost $1.8 trillion in 2016. *Wall St rises as oil climbs back above $30/ barrel. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen also attempted to move higher at first before dropping 0.3 percent.
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney