China pledges more support for banks’ perpetual bonds to boost lending

Discussion in 'Loans & Mortgage Brokers' started by DrunkSailor, 20th Feb, 2019.

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  1. DrunkSailor

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    That’s an indirect stimulus to Australian economy. So as long as they are doing it we should benefit.
     
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    All the central bank stimulus injections since 2010 have been indirect. Can anyone shed light on whether it will go into mortgage lending? I read an article that Hong Kong real estate is expected to drop another 10% this year. If these massive cash injections aren’t supporting HK real estate then I can’t see them helping Oz.