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Financial Channels

Nkunde Mwase, Papa N’Diaye, Hiroko Oura, Frantisek Ricka, Katsiaryna Svirydzenka, and Yuanyan Zhang



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Names: Mwase, Nkunde. | N’Diaye, Papa M’B. P. (Papa M’Bagnick Paté) | Oura, Hiroko.| Ricka, Frantisek. | Svirydzenka, Katsiaryna. | Zhang, Yuanyan Sophia. | International Monetary Fund. Research Department.

Title: Spillovers from China : financial channels / the authors of this note are Nkunde Mwase, Papa N’Diaye, Hiroko Oura, Frantisek Ricka, Katsiaryna Svirydzenka, and Yuanyan Zhang.

Other titles: Spillover notes (International Monetary Fund) ; 5

Description: [Washington, DC] : Research Department, International Monetary Fund, 2016. | Spillover notes / International Monetary Fund, ISSN nnnn-nnnx ; 5 | September 2016. | Includes bibliographic references.

Identifiers: ISBN 978

Subjects: LCSH: China—Commerce—21st century. | Economic development—China. | China—Economic financial relations.

Classification: LCC HC427.95.M93 2016

ISBN 978-1-47553-948-6

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  • Overview

  • Introduction

  • China’s Integration in Global Financial Markets

  • Direct Financial Exposure to China

    • Reserves Accumulation

    • Cross-Border Banking

    • Concentration of Cross-Border Banking Links

    • Outward FDI

    • Inward FDI

    • Spillovers through Asset Markets

    • Co-movements in Asset Prices

    • External Transmission of Economic and Financial Shocks

      • Size of Spilovers Using Event Analysis

      • Size of Spillovers Using Longer Time Span Data

    • Conclusion

  • Annex 1. Stress Test

  • Annex 2. Diebold-Yilmaz Connectedness Index

  • Annex 3. Event Study

  • Annex 4. Vector Autoregression Model

  • Figures

  • 1. Total International Investment Position

  • 2. China’s Assets and Liabilities

  • 3. China’s International Reserves and U.S. Treasury Market

  • 4. Cross-Border Bank Exposures to Greater China

  • 5. Chinese Banks’ Cross-Border Exposures

  • 6. Outward FDI from China

  • 7. Outward FDI from China to LIDCs and LIDC Exports to China: Sectoral Decomposition

  • 8. Inward FDI into China

  • 9. Financial Market Co-movement with China

  • 10. Which Markets Were Most Affected?

  • 11. Trade Exposure to China

  • 12. Commodity Dependence

  • 13. Country Risk

  • 14. Impact on EMs of China Economic and Financial Shocks

  • 15. Asymmetric Spillover Effects

  • 16. Role of Global Factors

  • 17. Role of Commodity Dependence

  • 18. Financial Spillovers from China: Summary

Spillovers from China: Financial Channels
Author: Miss Nkunde Mwase, Mr. Papa M N'Diaye, Ms. Hiroko Oura, Mr. Franto Ricka, Katsiaryna Svirydzenka, and Ms. Yuanyan S Zhang