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The US dollar is making gains against its riskier counterparts after discussions about the next round of fiscal stimulus measures failed to Full Article

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Customs data reveals that dollar denominated exports from China increased by 3.5% YoY during April, instead of falling by 15.7% as forecast Full Article

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China's official manufacturing PMI surged to 52 in March from 35.7 in February, rising above the 50-threshold indicating expansion in the Full Article

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The PBOC announced a surprising 20bp cut in reverse repurchase agreements to offset some impact of the pandemic on its economy. Full Article

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Industrial production in China experienced the steepest decline in 30 years during January and February 2020 on account of the coronavirus Full Article

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Recent data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reveals that producer prices in China witnessed a decline during the month Full Article

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The Chinese yuan is trading close a one-month low against the US dollar over raised concerns about the possible impact of the coronavirus Full Article

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The optimism around the US-China phase one trade deal has faded and the Chinese yuan has weakened against the US dollar over rising fears of Full Article

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The Chinese yuan is making gains and trading bullish against the US dollar early on Tuesday after the US Treasury Department announced its Full Article

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The Chinese yuan is set to strengthen once the US and China sign the phase one trade deal and trade tensions recede, but could experience Full Article

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The Chinese yuan is trading bullish against the US dollar over increasing optimism in global financial markets for a possible resolution in Full Article

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On Friday, the PBOC injected an addition 200 billion yuan to increase liquidity in Chinese markets for the second time this November. Full Article

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Industrial production growth in China witnessed a steep decline, climbing 4.7% YoY higher during October, coming in weaker than expected Full Article

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Leading central banks around the world hold global currency reserves in order to back their liabilities, and any buying or selling of these Full Article

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The Chinese yuan has weakened against the US dollar as the spotlight goes back on the possibility of the US-China trade war intensifying.. Full Article

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