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Studio discussion: How will interest rate hike affect yuan and hot money inflows?

10-21-2010 09:04 BJT

Background: China's central bank has raised benchmark one-year interest rates by 25 basis points, effective on Wednesday. The move has taken both analysts and the markets by surprise. Full story >>

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Let's get back to our discussion about China's interest rate hike with our guests, Professor Huo Deming from Peking university and Chen Jiahe from Cinda Securities.

Q1.Professor... China raised the benchmark interest rate by a quarter percent. Is that enough?

Q2.What are you expecting Jiahe, as far as interest rate moves go?

Q3. Professor... what will this mean for the value of the yuan and hot money inflows?

Q4. What's your opinion on this Jiahe... the yuan and hot money inflows?

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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