January 13, 2010 at 18:28 PM EST
China ETFs React To Beijing Move
China rattled world markets this week by taking measures to keep its red-hot economy from turning white-hot. On Tuesday the government ordered banks to keep more money in reserves and hiked rates on one-year Treasury bills. By making borrowing more expensive, the government aims to curb speculation in the stock market and real estate. "It's signaling that either it has sensed that inflation or the threat of inflation is higher than it's
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