Newsletter
Weather
Community
English home Forum Photo Gallery Features Newsletter Archive   About US Help Site Map
China
World
Opinion
Business
Sci-Edu
Culture/Life
Sports
Photos
 Services
- Newsletter
- Online Community
- China Biz Info
- News Archive
- Feedback
- Voices of Readers
- Weather Forecast
 RSS Feeds
- China 
- Business 
- World 
- Sci-Edu 
- Culture/Life 
- Sports 
- Photos 
- Most Popular 
- FM Briefings 
 Search
 About China
- China at a glance
- China in brief 2004
- Chinese history
- Constitution
- Laws & regulations
- CPC & state organs
- Ethnic minorities
- Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping

Home >> Business
UPDATED: 12:59, June 18, 2006
More Chinese bankers believe macro economy overheated
font size    

Latest survey by China's central bank shows that 42.6 percent of bankers in the country believe that the macro economy is overheated, and 26.6 percent think the situation will continue.

The People's Bank of China and the National Bureau of Statistics quarterly send questionnaires to principals of all kinds of banks including foreign-funded ones, asking them about impression upon the current economic situation.

Some 42.6 percent of bankers think the macro economy is overheated in the second quarter of this year, and 26.6 percent predict such situation will continue in the next quarter, which is the maximum ratio in history.

China's economy is facing heightened overheating signs, as outstanding bank loans surged 15.97 percent year on year by the end of May amid a seemingly unabated investment binge.

So as to cool down the overheated economy, the People's Bank of China in April raised the minimum rate commercial banks charge on one-year loans in local currency, the yuan, 27 basis points, to 5.85 percent in an aggressive move to discourage lending. It was the first increase since October 2004.

The survey, however, shows that 18.5 percent of bankers still think the current monetary policy is too mild and further tightened policy may come out in the next quarter. This is also the maximum ratio in history.

Source: Xinhua


Comments on the story Comment on the story Recommend to friends Tell a friend Print friendly Version Print friendly format Save to disk Save this


   Recommendation
- Text Version
- RSS Feeds
- China Forum
- Newsletter
- People's Comment
- Most Popular
 Related News
Dic

Manufacturers, Exporters, Wholesalers - Global trade starts here.
Copyright by People's Daily Online, all rights reserved