Chinese banks

China’s banks set to trim loan rates to bolster borrowing: report

This comes after new yuan loans in July fell to just a quarter of the amount in June.

China’s banks set to trim loan rates to bolster borrowing: report

This comes after new yuan loans in July fell to just a quarter of the amount in June.

Chinese banks face tough balancing act of keeping profits, buoying economy

Smaller banks face being left in weaker financial positions, Natixis warns.

Lockdowns threaten Chinese banks' loan quality: analyst

Exposure to the ‘vulnerable’ engineering & construction sector could deteriorate asset quality.

China’s largest banks resilient to negative shocks in 2022: Natixis

Government stimulus is expected to support loan growth throughout the year.

Chinese banks seek workarounds amidst sanctions against Russia: report

Top banks reportedly mull passing some of their business to small domestic-focused peers to avoid secondary sanctions.

Recent rate cuts to shave off $7.2b from Chinese banks’ net interest income

The impact on mortgage loans will not be felt until January 2023.

Relaxed monetary policies impart little boost on new lending in China

Banks remain cautious over credit quality–and further cuts will do little to change their minds.

Large, mid-sized Chinese banks’ capital pressures easing: Fitch

Stress test shows NPL ratio likely to rise, but not to levels PBOC expects, the ratings agency said.

Improved outlooks on the horizon for Chinese finance companies

Policies to slow debt growth and control property prices appear to be working, abating economic risks.