China’s central bank allowed massive cash injections to mature on Tuesday without conducting open market operation to add liquidity, offering little relief to bond traders as the sell-off in the bond market continues.
The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) skipped open-market operations again Tuesday and 250 billion yuan liquidity was drained from the banking system as previously conducted reverse repurchase agreements come due.
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