China central bank's maturing bills, repos next week
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China central bank's maturing bills, repos next week
Oct 13 (Reuters) - Maturing Chinese central bank reverse
bond repurchase agreements will drain 170 billion yuan ($25.85
billion) next week.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has drained 1.075 trillion
yuan on a net basis from money markets so far this year via open
market operations.
The central bank said on Friday it injected 498 billion yuan
into the financial system via one-year medium-term lending
facility (MLF) loans.
The PBOC injected 1.7272 trillion yuan on a net basis into
money markets in 2016, with the outstanding balance of the open
market operations at 1.315 trillion yuan as of end-December.

Following is a summary of the volume of central bank's
maturing bills, repos and reverse repos for the next week (in
billions of yuan):

Maturing Injection Drain Net
Bills
Repos
Reverse repos* -170 -170
TOTAL -170 -170

* Reverse repos inject liquidity on issuance and drain it on
maturity

Click on the following for historical data on:
PBOC repo issues:
PBOC repos outstanding:
PBOC bill issues:

($1 = 6.5761 Chinese yuan)

(Reporting by the Shanghai Newsroom; Editing by Sunil Nair)


2017-10-13 04:13:42


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