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ChinaChina October Money Supply & Credit

Quite a slowdown in credit growth during October, certainly compared to the rate we saw last year.  While the trend for shadow sector deleveraging continues there was also quite a sharp slowing of bank loans.  Corporate bond issuance remained muted while there was a pronounced deceleration in the ‘other’ category, which now encompasses local government bond issuance.

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