1. China's outstanding debt financing instruments on the interbank market have exceeded 8 trillion yuan, reported the Xinhua-run cnstock.com quoting the National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII) on Wednesday. Meanwhile, by far China has issued 18.5 trillion yuan worth of bonds accumulatively on the interbank market.
2. The People's Bank of China, the central bank, pumped 140 billion yuan into the banking system via 6-day short-term liquidity operations (SLO) on Wednesday, in its latest bid to shore up growth.
3. The 2015 growth target of around 7 percent is achievable, an economist said Wednesday, as China's economic fundamentals are sound and the global economy shows signs of improvement. China's inflation rate in the second half of the year is expected to be no more than 2 percent, according to Zhu Baoliang, an economist with government think-tank State Information Center.