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U.S. Urges China to Allow Bigger Market Role in Valuing Yuan
The U.S. urged China to reduce currency interventions and let markets play a bigger role in setting the value of the yuan, in a report that declined to name any major trading partner a foreign-exchange manipulator. �There are a number of continuing ...
Slackening Growth Pressures Beijing  Wall Street Journal
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US Treasury Looking Closely at Weaker Chinese Yuan
WASHINGTON�The U.S. put China on notice that it is looking closely at whether Beijing's efforts to devalue the yuan represent a shift in policy that could start a round of competitive devaluations. A senior official at the Treasury Department said it ...
Top Yuan Forecasters See Rebound in Asia's Worst Currency  Bloomberg
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China Southern Airlines Warns of First Quarter Loss on Weaker Yuan
A strong Chinese currency benefited Chinese airlines because they have a lot of non-yuan debt, particularly U.S. dollars, to finance the purchase of aircraft.
China's currency ceases to be a one-way trade
Yuan weakens vs dollar, but sharp drop unlikely in near term  Economic Times
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Chinese Yuan: A Better 1Q GDP Outcome for Reassurance or Stimulus ...
Chinese Yuan: A Better 1Q GDP Outcome for Reassurance or Stimulus Motivation? An important round of Chinese data came out better-than-expected overall�slightly.
Yuan hits one-year low against US dollar
The yuan has been allowed to move within a wider band this week, following a decision by China's central bank to double the trading range for the yuan to 2% in either direction of a rate set daily by the government. The new policy lets the yuan, also ...
China's yuan slides to near one-year low as economic risks mount  Reuters
China's yuan falls into the danger zone  MarketWatch (blog)
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Chinese Yuan May Become Fully Convertible Within 2-3 Years: HSBC
HSBC predicts that the Chinese yuan, which overtook the euro to become the second-most used currency in global trade finance after the U.S.
Fully convertible yuan seen before 2020  AsiaOne
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China Burns Speculators as $5.5 Billion Lost on Yuan Bets
China is succeeding in making its currency less predictable. Investors are paying the price. Clients of U.S. commercial banks have lost about $2 billion this year on $332 billion of options betting the yuan would appreciate, while Chinese companies ...
Britain signs yuan clearing deal as battle for China FX heats up  Reuters
China burns speculators with $US5.5b lost on yuan bets  Sydney Morning Herald
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Chinese Companies Caught in Yuan Riptide
But the currency's decline is having a broader impact, particularly on Chinese companies that had placed bets on an appreciating yuan, traders and analysts say. These companies have placed such bets in recent years to guarantee steady revenue from ...
China's yuan dips in widened band, but scope for big swings seen limited  Reuters
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Chinese Yuan Risks Drop to 12-Month Lows On Heavy Data
The Chinese Yuan (also called the Renminbi) attempted a recovery in its opening move of this past week, but the currency would ultimately end back up on the cusp of 12-month lows against its US counterpart.
Yuan's Decline Raises Concerns Over Currency War
BEIJING�The recent sharp decline in the Chinese currency is threatening to exacerbate China's trade tensions with the U.S.
China's Yuan Posts Biggest Daily Gain in Nearly 30 Months on Stimulus Hopes  Moneynews
China pushing to be world's banker  Sydney Morning Herald
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