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China goes on damage control—yet again
Date: Jan 07, 2016   |   Author: Research | News Analysis
China welcomed the new year with yet another bloodbath that it has seen too much of in 2015. But unlike the August 2015 sell-off that was sparked by small jittery players, this time around, macroeconomic fundamentals are making the bears return, and global stock markets are left cowering.
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RMB: The road gets steeper
Date: Jan 06, 2016   |   Author: Sam Ahmed | Research Note
It is clear that China’s goal of becoming the world’s largest economy by 2020 and the internationalisation of the RMB are two initiatives that are symbiotic in nature. With the recent IMF decision to include the currency in the SDR currency basket, what does the future hold for the RMB?
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Rmb devaluation: start of a freer currency regime 2
Date: Dec 28, 2014   |   Author: Madhulika Chowdhary | News Analysis
PBoC's decision to devalue the Rmb delivered a temporary shock to financial markets, but its longer-term effects may be felt around the globe.