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Evening Headlines Bloomberg: PBOC Seen Switching to Broad Monetary Tightening as Soon as 2017. With China’s economy stable for now and home prices in major cities soaring, analysts are dialing back forecasts for additional monetary stimulus, with some betting on a switch to tightening mode. And as its policy framework evolves, The People’s Bank of China will make its next broad move by guiding interest rates through a corridor, rather than the traditional approach of changes to benchmark lending and deposit rates, according to a Bloomberg survey of 18 economists from Sept.
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