Moody's Sounds Alarm On Smaller Chinese Banks – ValueWalk Premium

Moody's Sounds Alarm On Smaller Chinese Banks

On the surface, the picture for Chinese banks is improving, particularly for larger banks. Delinquent loan ratios are down as are “special mention” modification cases and loan loss reserves look positive, an April 19 Moody’s report pointed out. The story for smaller banks is different, as the rating agency nonetheless maintains “bias to the downside” on the category.


Large and small Chinese banks move in different directions
The 2016 financial performance for China’s 11 largest banks – dominated by five state-owned banks . . .


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