BEIJING (Reuters) - The number of Chinese households who believe home prices will rise grew to 25.1%, according to a survey by the central bank published on Tuesday, from 22.8% in a survey published in July.
Results also showed 51.2% of Chinese households believe house prices will be basically stable, unchanged from the previous survey.
Another survey by the central bank showed that 35% of bankers in China said monetary policy for the July-September quarter was loose.
Reporting by Lusha Zhang and Kevin Yao; Editing by Andrew Heavens
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