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Yi Xianrong
Yi Xianrong is a professor at School of Economics, Qingdao University.
June 26, 2015
Why should the RMB be included in the SDR basket?
The inclusion will not only be a recognition of China’s ever-rising status in the global economy and financial market, but will also mean that more countries will use the renminbi as one of their reserve currencies, thus further speeding up the renminbi international process.
March 30, 2015
Will Chinese currency policies change directions?
It is obvious that the Chinese central bank is now in a dilemma regarding monetary policies.
January 28, 2015
Monetary policy will stay neutral In 2015
Judging from China’s central bank work conference of 2015, it is less likely to implement an easing monetary policy.
December 16, 2014
Will the RMB enter a new round of depreciation?
The current situation predicts that the RMB is more likely to enter a new round of depreciation or will have a smaller space for appreciation.
November 13, 2014
Guard against regressions in China's macroeconomic policy
China has introduced a new housing credit policy, designed to increase demand for real estate, and to get China's economy back onto a fast track for growth.
September 15, 2014
China's monetary policy needs balance
China's current monetary policy aims to strike a balance between differing concerns in two ways.
August 15, 2014
Did the Chinese economy really fool the world?
China will not fool the world, but the world won't be fooled by the BBC either.
June 24, 2014
Monetary policy fine-tunes to market
Three aspects will be the focus and trend of the central bank's monetary policy in the second half of the year.
May 12, 2014
Putting house prices in order
Local govts' attempts to prevent housing prices from falling will not succeed as market undergoes necessary adjustment
March 18, 2014
New benchmark rate system is needed
Aside from lifting the control on deposit rates, China should set a new benchmark rate system to replace the current one-year benchmark rates as a more substantial step toward pushing for the final liberalization of rates.
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