Chinese Money Lending

'Chinese Money Lending' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Chinese Firm Lends Money With Nude Photos Of Women As Collateral: Report
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 14, 2016
    A Chinese money-lending platform followed a scandalous practice of demanding nude photos of women as collateral for loans, Chinese media reported.
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  • China Moves to Free Up Money in Its Economy
    Business | Thursday February 5, 2015
    The central bank is stepping up an existing effort to stimulate the Chinese economy. The People's Bank of China decided in November to lower its benchmark one-year deposit rate 0.25 percentage point, to 2.75 percent, and reduce the one-year lending rate by 0.4 percentage point, to 5.6 percent.
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  • China Cuts Key Short-Term Money Rate as Beijing Pushes Down Cash Costs
    Business | Tuesday November 25, 2014
    The reduction of the yield on the 14-day bond repurchase agreement (repo) to 3.4 per cent, from 3.6 per cent, follows a surprise cut to benchmark lending rates on Friday to support the cooling economy, and follows similar moves in October and July as growth wobbled.
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'Chinese Money Lending' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Chinese Firm Lends Money With Nude Photos Of Women As Collateral: Report
    World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 14, 2016
    A Chinese money-lending platform followed a scandalous practice of demanding nude photos of women as collateral for loans, Chinese media reported.
    www.ndtv.com
  • China Moves to Free Up Money in Its Economy
    Business | Thursday February 5, 2015
    The central bank is stepping up an existing effort to stimulate the Chinese economy. The People's Bank of China decided in November to lower its benchmark one-year deposit rate 0.25 percentage point, to 2.75 percent, and reduce the one-year lending rate by 0.4 percentage point, to 5.6 percent.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • China Cuts Key Short-Term Money Rate as Beijing Pushes Down Cash Costs
    Business | Tuesday November 25, 2014
    The reduction of the yield on the 14-day bond repurchase agreement (repo) to 3.4 per cent, from 3.6 per cent, follows a surprise cut to benchmark lending rates on Friday to support the cooling economy, and follows similar moves in October and July as growth wobbled.
    www.ndtv.com/business
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