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The interbank market in China

Cecil R. Dipchand

The interbank market in China

by Cecil R. Dipchand

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Published by Dalhousie University, Centre for International Business Studies in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banks and banking -- China,
  • China -- Economic policy,
  • China -- Commerce

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography : p. 14.

    StatementCecil R. Dipchand.
    SeriesDalhousie University (Halifax, N. S.)
    ContributionsDalhousie University. Centre for International Business Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23835150M

      China’s money market is growing rapidly and playing an increasingly important role in the financial system. It serves as both a key channel for monetary policy and as a source of funding for a variety of financial institutions. In the past, smaller banks have been net borrowers in the interbank market while large banks have provided funding. Financial regulation can have unanticipated consequences in the financial system. The evidence from China’s interbank market shows that banks tend to use newly introduced and lightly regulated financial instruments to get around regulation during their search for funds. Banks facing greater competition or higher liquidity shortages have more incentives to engage in such .

    Asian banks and the international interbank market1 Banks in the Asian economies most affected by the Asian financial crisis generally continue to enjoy comfortable liquidity in the international interbank market. The apparent international illiquidity of banks in Korea is concentrated in foreign by: Following the trading and settlement schedule of China Interbank Bond Market around Chinese New Year, Bond Connect will be open on 19 Jan (Sun) and 1 Feb (Sat), and close from 24 Jan (Fri) to 30 Jan (Thu). more.

    The majority of Chinese debt is held in the interbank market (see chart 7). The alternative, the exchange markets (including both the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges), have government debt, both local and national, as their largest holdings, though the exchange markets are smaller in debt volume than the interbank market. ‘The first Chinese interbank currency market in China opened in Shanghai in , joining the pre-existing commodities and gold exchanges.’ ‘Small banks in need of unwinding their positions had problems finding counter partners in the interbank market, he said.’.


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in China’s interbank repo market, which is around one-third of the size of the US repo market.3 1 A version of this article was also published in the June edition of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Bulletin. 2 The authors are from the International Department of the RBA.

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The interbank market is where the really big money changes hands. Minimum trade sizes are one million of the base currency, such as €1 million of EUR/USD or $1 million of USD/JPY. Much larger trades of between $10 million and $ million are routine and can go through the market in a matter of seconds.

Published by Thomas Herold in Economics. The Interbank Market refers to the modern day financial system which involves banks trading cash and other instruments with other financial institutions and banks. This never involves banks trading money with non-financial businesses, consumers, or retail investors.

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