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China's 'QT' is the real global economic threat
"There is a strong case to be made that it is neither the selloff in Chinese stocks nor weakness in the currency that matters the most," George Saravelos, forex strategist at Deutsche Bank, said in a note to clients. "Instead, it is what is happening ...
China Said to Sell Treasuries as Dollars Needed to Back Yuan
China has cut its holdings of U.S. Treasuries this month to raise dollars needed to support the yuan in the wake of a shock devaluation two weeks ago, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chinese Yuan Devaluation: Taking the Markets by Storm
The Chinese take their numbers very seriously. Whether it is the size of their economy, its galloping pace, or the quantum of dollars held as reserves, these figures seem to dominate their policymaking.
WATCH: Behold the power of the Chinese yuan... in this awesome magic trick
As Beijing drives to make the renminbi a global currency, its power seems to be growing to unprecedented levels. There may be more than just economic strength in the Chinese yuan, perhaps powerful qi forces are at work, or could it be the Yanan spirit ...
China's yuan devaluation good for India, emerging markets: SBI
MUMBAI: The recent 2.5% devaluation of the Chinese currency by its government could turn out to be a blessing in disguise for emerging markets, including India as an overvalued yuan, its currency, was an impediment to growth of several smaller ...
Devaluation of Chinese currency may hurt domestic ind: DIPP  Moneycontrol.com
Devaluation of Chinese currency may hurt domestic industry: DIPP  Economic Times
What does China's shock yuan devaluation mean for Africa?
Deborah Brautigam is the Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), where she directs the International Development Program, and the China Africa ...
Weak yuan hits these Chinese businesses hardest
China has allowed its currency to depreciate by about 4.4 percent since Tuesday, on hopes of boosting the domestic economy.
China's currency devaluation could spark 'tidal wave of deflation'
Fathom believes China could be willing to let the yuan depreciate by as much as 25% over the next five years - “stone by stone, step by step” - in an attempt to restore the export-led growth that was such a winning formula in the decade running up to ...
Chinese Yuan Devaluation Is Not Such A Bad Idea
If we look at the devaluation of the yuan by the People's Bank Of China solely as a move by the Chinese authorities to goose growth in their country by making their exports cheaper, then we can paint China, the PBOC officials and the quasi-communist ...
Australian dollar steadies as Chinese yuan stabilises
The Australian dollar steadied on Monday as the People's Bank of China moved to stabilise its currency, but concerns around the impact of the renminbi's devaluation on the Australian economy might limit future gains.
$A lower as China's yuan drama fades  The West Australian