By Godwin Chellam and Edwin Chan SHANGHAI, July 29 (Reuters) - China's listed banks are likely to post a jump in second-quarter results on booming consumer and property loans, but government efforts to tighten lending could squeeze loan growth in the second half. Healthy economic growth of more than seven percent is fuelling a consumer boom, with people loading up on cars and houses and factories borrowing to expand. But China's central bank is likely to use an arsenal of measures to ...
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