Yesterday, a few hours after the Federal Reserve announced that it was increasing interest rates by 0.25%, targeting a range of 1.25% to 1.5% for its benchmark rate, China’s central bank responded by raising the rates it charges in open-market operations and on its medium-term lending facility. The cost of seven-day and 28-day reverse-repurchase agreements [...] read whole article

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