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Currencies in Asia Tumble on Devaluation of Chinese Yuan
Currencies in Asia tumbled and stock markets across the region fell, after China's central bank devalued its tightly controlled currency earlier Tuesday. The onshore yuan suffered its biggest one-day loss in two decades after the move, which also sent ...
Tightly-Controlled Chinese Yuan in Surprise Slide  Voice of America
How Low Can The China Yuan Go?
As low as the government - and maybe even the market - thinks it should go. Two weeks ago, Chinese regulators allowed for the yuan to move 4% in either direction as opposed to 2%. That's a lot of volatility in one day for a currency. The market ...
Surprised by global impact of yuan move, China looks to calm markets  Reuters
China's Yuan Devaluation: Why It Was “Expected”  Elliott Wave
China-Led Emerging Market Turmoil Evokes Worrisome 1994 Parallel
Asia's biggest economy is slowing, the Federal Reserve is about to kick off an interest rate tightening cycle, and China has just devalued its currency. That chain of events back in 1994 eventually touched off a round of competitive currency ...
Could China devaluation spark a new crisis?  Business Standard
China's Yuan Reserve Currency Plot to Depose Dollar Dates Back Years
To get some idea of how far ahead China's leaders planned, consider that the People's Bank of China (PBOC) made its first move way back in 1994 - more than 20 years ago.
Timeline of China's attempts to prevent stock market meltdown  Reuters
What will China's Black Monday mean for the UK?  The Guardian
What China's yuan move means for emerging markets
In the very short term, the dust may be settling on the depreciation of the Chinese currency, the yuan. Over the next six to 12 months, however, concerns remain, including for developing nations that export to China or compete with China in export markets.
Why China's Yuan 'Reform' Merits Skepticism  Wall Street Journal
Chinese yuan devaluation is not the real concern for Africa: A weakened ...
The devaluation of the Chinese yuan by about 2 percent—its largest single-day drop since 1994—on Tuesday, August 11 took global markets by surprise.
China's yuan may shed another 8% by end of 2016, says Barclays  MarketWatch
China currency drop: Any impact on U.S. economy?  The San Diego Union-Tribune
China official blames Fed for global market rout, not yuan
BEIJING The global stock market rout of the past week was sparked by concerns over a possible interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve and not by the devaluation of China's yuan currency, a senior Chinese central bank official told Reuters on ...
Chinese bank official blames Fed, not yuan, for global market rout  The Globe and Mail
Guide to China Yuan ETF Investing
The month of August 2015 can find a place in history solely because of China's yuan devaluation by about 2%. The step, taken on August 11, shook the global markets and almost all asset classes as the Chinese currency yuan posted the largest single-day ...
Guessing game on companies vulnerable to Chinese yuan depreciation
Lower interest rates are a boon for the property sector and a smaller reserve requirement ratio will re-energise lending, but if China's recent monetary easing further depreciates the yuan, which companies are exposed and which provide safe harbour?
UPDATE 1-China Construction Bank, like other big lenders, has flat H1 profit  Reuters
China Banks Warn of Rising Bad Loans as Economy Slows  NDTV
China defends devaluation, sees 'limited' impact
The devaluation was meant to correct a "relatively large deviation" between the yuan's spot rate in the market and the daily midpoint fixing by the central bank, the spokesman said.
Devaluation of Chinese Yuan set to adversely affect India's textile exports  Indiainfoline
China's Yuan Devaluation: Why It Was "Expected"  The Market Oracle