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China Allows Direct Trading of Yuan, Euro in Interbank Market
A clerk arranges bundles of Chinese yuan banknotes at a branch of China Merchants Bank in Hefei, Anhui province, in March. Reuters.
Yuan to Start Direct Trading With Euro as China Pushes Usage  Bloomberg
Yuan rebounds, offshore investors wary of Hong Kong unrest  Economic Times
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CNH Tracker-British bond plan boosts global role of China's yuan
However, compared with the progress on yuan use for trade and investment, getting countries to include the Chinese currency in their forex reserves is still at a very early stage, especially for developed countries. Prior to Britain's announcement ...
Chinese yuan weakens to 6.149 against USD  GlobalPost
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Yuan Takes Chinese Corporate Profits Down With It
Several Chinese companies reported hits to their first-half financial results from foreign-currency exchange rates, after borrowing billions of dollars from the U.S.
China Galaxy Securities closer to 8b yuan IPO  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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Chinese yuan strengthens to 6.1452 against USD
BEIJING, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- The value of the Chinese currency renminbi, or the yuan, strengthened by 16 basis points to 6.1452 against the U.S.
Chinese yuan weakens to 6.1462 against USD  Shanghai Daily (subscription)
Chinese yuan weakens  Business Standard
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Chinese yuan to trade directly with euro on currency market
The China Foreign Exchange Trade System already offers a platform for yuan-euro transactions but direct trading means the U.S.
China's Yuan Hits New Half-Year High, This Time Due to Alibaba
Despite possible yuan appreciation pressure Alibaba's dollar sales could bring, some traders say it may also help the yuan to continue its mild rise, ignoring the dollar's recent broad gains.
Tech billionaires top China's rich list  CCTV-America
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China's yuan rebounds, offshore investors wary of Hong Kong unrest
By Saikat Chatterjee and Lu Jianxin HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Sept 30 (Reuters) - China's yuan rebounded slightly against the dollar on Tuesday, but trading kept to a tight range as offshore investors were wary over continuing protests in Hong Kong and ...
Video: Trading the Hong Kong Dollar, Chinese Yuan and Emerging Markets
When trading something like the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) or Chinese Renminbi (CNH), the inherent fundamental issues that it faces are certainly critical.
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Britain to become first Western state to issue Chinese yuan bond: Finance Minister
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will become the first Western government to issue an offshore bond in Chinese yuan, Finance Minister George Osborne said on Friday.
U.K. to Sell First Yuan-Denominated Bonds for Currency Reserves  Bloomberg
China, Britain vow to boost economic, financial cooperation  Xinhua
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The Weakened Yuan Is Making Chinese Companies Groan. Here's Why
The culprit is the Chinese yuan, which weakened against the U.S. dollar in the first half and still hasn't gained back all the ground.
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