China seen cutting key lending benchmarks as economy slows

China is widely expected to cut key lending benchmarks on Tuesday in the first such easing in 10 months, a Reuters survey showed, as authorities seek to shore up a slowing recovery in the world’s second-largest economy.


Twenty-one, or nearly 66%, of all respondents expected the one-year LPR – on which most new and outstanding loans are based – to be cut by 10 basis points to 3.55% from 3.65%. Others projected the cut to range from five to 15 bps.

This article was written by Ryan Paisey at Source