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  • Chinese currency war averted or market forces at work again?

    Marketwatch.com - 09/04/2015

    Last week we wrote a column discussing the devaluation in the Chinese yuan and the "reasons" behind the People's Bank of China (PBOC) allowing the yuan to devalue. What we learned from this column was that, try as they might, the PBOC cannot control the value of the yuan, and ultimately the driving force behind the value of the yuan is the will of the market. Since the yuan was...

  • U.S. tells China important to let yuan move in both directions

    TODAYonline - 09/04/2015

  • China's 'Engineered' Yuan Devaluation Not Signalling Currency War Just Yet

    Forbes - 09/04/2015

    Talks about a currency war, doubts about Chinese policymakers' credibility and worries over the Chinese economic slowdown and its ripple effects have certainly ignited risk aversion among investors. Yet to call the recently engineered devaluation by the People's Bank of China (PBoC) dramatic might seem harsh, as the yuan (CNY) has since depreciated by only around 4%. Well that's one▪ ...

  • US tells China at G20 to avoid 'competitive devaluation'

    Yahoo - Finance (UK & Ireland) - 09/04/2015

    Fri, Sep 4, 2015, 19:30 BST - UK Markets closed US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew on Friday told his Chinese counterpart at a G20 meeting in Ankara to avoid competitive devaluation and improve communication of Beijing's economic...

  • Finding European Exposure Less Sensitive To The Chinese Currency Devaluation

    Seeking Alpha - 09/04/2015

  • Japanese brand appeal: Food giants seen earning half of profit overseas

    Nikkei Asian Review - 09/04/2015

    TOKYO -- Major Japanese food companies including Yakult Honsha and Ajinomoto are increasingly counting on customers abroad, as incomes rise in emerging economies. While overseas markets pose uncertainties -- as shown by China's economic slowdown and currency depreciation in resource-rich countries...

  • G20 split on Fed but agree on currencies

    Reuters India - 09/04/2015

    China's market turmoil and warnings of global risks to the economy are the biggest challenges facing the G20 as it meets in Ankara. Ministers are split on the implications of a Fed rate hike, but call for all concerned to prevent competitive devaluation of currencies. David Pollard reports. Few...

  • Vale CEO still upbeat on China, iron ore market -paper

    Reuters India - 09/04/2015

    SAO PAULO, Sept 4 China's stock market crash and currency devaluation have not dampened the optimism of mining giant Vale's chief executive, who said he is most upbeat on the iron ore market in two years, according to a newspaper interview...

  • Chinese yuan seen depreciating further; rupee to remain stable: Reuters poll

    Business Standard - 09/04/2015

    BENGALURU (Reuters) - The Chinese yuan will weaken further over the next 12 months as policymakers ramp up efforts to support the economy through further stimulus or another currency devaluation, a Reuters poll found. BENGALURU (Reuters) - The Chinese yuan will weaken further over the next 12 months as policymakers ramp up efforts to support the economy through further stimulus or...

  • South America joins the global currency war

    Global Risk Insights - 09/04/2015

    Amid continued low commodity prices, a slow down in demand from Asian economies, and the Chinese devaluation of the Yuan, South America looks poised to jump into the global currency war. Latin and South America are intrinsically dependent upon commodity exports. Chinese demand for raw materials has propped up the region's economies since the early 2000's. Yet, the slowdown of the...

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