Markets suffer as China increases bank reserves

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European stock markets fell this afternoon as China raised its bank reserve rate for the second time in a week in a bid to control inflation.

The People's Bank of China said it would increase the ratio by 50bp, the fifth such announcement this year. The move takes required reserve ratios (RRR) to 18.5%, a record high. It comes after C...

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