Zhou Xiaochuan shares his insights on central bank leadership in China’s economic reform
Former PBoC governor stands out for his high levels of integrity, intellectual rigour and bold reforms
Pan Gongsheng says the central bank has not seen any “special abnormalities”
The move will release $108 billion amid concerns on the slowing economy and trade disputes
New rules allow qualified foreign investors to move funds more freely out of China
It is “premature” to declare a stable zone for the renminbi, the paper concludes
China rolled out series of liberalisation measures in recent months, but further action will only be gradual, says central bank governor
Liberalisation, government intervention and PBoC’s stance on new investments are top concerns
US-trained Yi is viewed as a pro-market reformist
RRR cut is expected to release liquidity to counter the seasonal tightening around Chinese new year
China’s financial regulators continue efforts to deleverage economy
A newly established Chinese FX Committee is working on creating a Chinese version of the Global Code of Conduct, for domestic and foreign banks operating in the onshore market
New report aims to lift the veil on Chinese policy-making
Safe director discusses five policy reforms as well as the long-term value of the renminbi
The beginning of the end?
Inter-bank bond market quota and QFII qualification pave the way for Bank of Korea to place more of its reserve in mainland China
Keen to assert its monetary autonomy, the People’s Bank of China is locked in a tussle with the finance ministry to determine how the country’s excess reserves are managed
China Investment Corp to get injection of between $100 billion and $200 billion as Beijing attempts to find home for excess reserves
China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange says hot money flows are “ant-like” relative to size of economy; analysts say results downplay risks of emerging markets overheating
State Administration of Foreign Exchange dismisses reports that it is appraising euro asset holdings; follows surge in T-bill purchases last week
State Administration of Foreign Exchange chief Yi Gang says the country will not rely excessively on gold, adds that political relations with US will not affect Chinese treasury holdings
Timothy Geithner, US treasury secretary, sought to reassure the US's largest foreign creditor regarding its investments in dollar-denominated government debt.
China has increased its gold reserves by 76% since 2003, said Hu Xiaolian, a vice president of People's Bank of China and the administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, on Friday.
Countries with a large foreign asset base tend to establish sovereign wealth funds as central banks' portfolio diversification tends is limited, says a new paper from the San Francisco Federal Reserve.