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open-market operations

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(Banking & Finance) finance the purchase and sale on the open market of government securities by the Bank of England for the purpose of regulating the supply of money and credit to the economy
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It will finalise agreements and system updates to take part in its first open-market operation this month.
Taipei, April 17, 2012 (CENS) -- With oil and power rate hikes fueling inflationary pressure, the Central Bank of China (CBC) will strive to curb inflation via the three steps of the proclamation of its determination, open-market operation, and enhancement of twin rates (interest rate and exchange rate).
China's central bank has said that it was planning to sell CNY55bn (USD8.42) worth of three-month bills in an open-market operation on Tuesday, reports Dow Jones.
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday informed the market it would conduct the day's open-market operation at 9:20 a.m.
Instead, the CBC will resort to open-market operation to absorb flooding idle fund in the market, while withholding interest-rate hike until the second quarter or third quarter next year, reported the EDN citing sources familiar with the policy-making mode of the CBC.
China's central bank has said it is planning to sell CNY65bn (USD9.94bn) worth of one year bills in its open-market operation on Tuesday.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) said Tuesday it will purchase 200 billion yen outright in short-term government bills to provide liquidity to the Tokyo money market, doubling the scale of the open-market operation.
The People's Bank of China, China's central bank, has said that it plans to sell CNY60bn (USD9.17bn) worth of one-year bills and CNY16bn worth of three-month bills in an open-market operation on Thursday.
China's central bank has said that it was planning to sell CNY99bn (USD15.09bn) worth of one-year bills in an open-market operation on Tuesday, reports Dow Jones.
China's central bank has said that it is planning to sell CNY50bn (USD7.6bn) worth of one year bills in an open-market operation on Tuesday.
China's central bank has said it plans to sell CNY1bn (USD153m) worth of three-month bills in an open-market operation on Thursday, reports Dow Jones.
China's central bank has said that it will sell CNY44bn (USD6.46bn) worth of one-year bills in its regular open-market operation on Tuesday.