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PBOC has not conducted reverse repos so far this morning – traders

Date Mar 07 2018 17:03:02

    SHANGHAI, March 7 (Reuters) - China's central bank has not conducted reverse bond repurchase agreements through its open market operations so far on Wednesday morning, traders said.

    The People's Bank of China (PBOC) didn't post an official statement on its website on whether or not it intends to skip the reverse repo operations on Wednesday.

    It usually posts these statements at about 0110 GMT if it decides to skip the operations.

    There are no reverse repos due to mature for the day, but a batch of medium-term lending facility (MLF) loan worth 105.5 billion yuan ($16.72 billion) is set to expire on Wednesday.

($1 = 6.3093 Chinese yuan)

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PBOC to inject 150 bln yuan via reverse repos -traders

Date Feb 26 2018 13:30:00

    SHANGHAI, Feb 26 (Reuters) - China's central bank will inject 150 billion yuan ($23.69 billion) into money markets on Monday, traders said.

    The People's Bank of China (PBOC) is injecting 100 billion yuan through seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, 30 billion yuan through 28-day reverse repos and another 20 billion yuan through 63-day reverse repos, they said.

    On a net basis, the PBOC will inject 150 billion yuan into the market via open market operations for the day, as there are no reverse repos due to mature on Monday.

    The central bank injected a net 580 billion yuan into the money market last week.

($1 = 6.3329 Chinese yuan)

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PBOC to inject 230 bln yuan via reverse repos

Date Feb 23 2018 16:06:34

    SHANGHAI, Feb 23 (Reuters) - China's central bank will inject 230 billion yuan ($36.24 billion) into money markets on Friday, traders said.

    The People's Bank of China (PBOC) is injecting 110 billion yuan through seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, 80 billion yuan through 28-day reverse repos and another 40 billion yuan through 63-day reverse repos, they said.

($1 = 6.3471 Chinese yuan) 

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PBOC to inject 170 bln yuan via reverse repos

Date Jan 24 2018 14:09:58

    SHANGHAI, Jan 23 (Reuters) - China's central bank will inject 170 billion yuan ($26.55 billion) into money markets on Tuesday, traders said.

    The People's Bank of China (PBOC) is injecting 80 billion yuan through seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, 80 billion yuan through 14-day reverse repos and another 10 billion yuan through 63-day reverse repos, they said.

    On a net basis, the PBOC will neither drain nor inject any cash into the market via open market operations for the day, with 170 billion yuan worth of reverse repos due to mature on Tuesday.

    Financial News, a central bank-owned publication, said on Tuesday that the PBOC would conduct open market operations with flexibility in order to keep liquidity basically stable in the market. The remarks by the official media suggests the central bank is seeking to keep liquidity balanced.

    The PBOC injected a net 590 billion yuan into the money market last week.

($1 = 6.4035 Chinese yuan) 

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PBOC to inject 170 bln yuan via reverse repos

Date Jan 23 2018 16:57:29

    SHANGHAI, Jan 23 (Reuters) - China's central bank will inject 170 billion yuan ($26.55 billion) into money markets on Tuesday, traders said.

    The People's Bank of China (PBOC) is injecting 80 billion yuan through seven-day reverse bond repurchase agreements, 80 billion yuan through 14-day reverse repos and another 10 billion yuan through 63-day reverse repos, they said.

    On a net basis, the PBOC will neither drain nor inject any cash into the market via open market operations for the day, with 170-billion-yuan worth of reverse repos due to mature on Tuesday.

    Financial News, a central bank-owned publication, said on Tuesday that the PBOC would conduct open market operations with flexibility in order to keep liquidity basically stable in the market. The remarks by the official media suggests the central bank is seeking to keep liquidity balanced.

    The PBOC injected net 590 billion yuan into the money market last week.

($1 = 6.4035 Chinese yuan)

 

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