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Chinese Yuan Tries to Find Direction on Slowing GDP, Strong Data

The Chinese yuan is struggling to find direction to kick off the trading week after economic growth slowed to its lowest level in nearly three decades. But it was not all bad news for the world’s second-largest economy as an influx of data came in better than expected, giving the yuan some support.

Australian Dollar Gains on China’s Data

The Australian dollar gained against its most-traded rivals today after the release of macroeconomic indicators in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner. While not all indicators were especially good, most of them were decent enough to support the Aussie.

Chinese Yuan Strengthens on Solid Housing Prices, Retail Sales

The Chinese yuan is strengthening against several major currencies on Tuesday, supported by solid housing prices and retail sales in May. Although industrial output and fixed asset investment figures came in lower than expected, they were still commendable at a time when the world’s second-largest economy is engaged in a bitter trade war with the US.

Aussie Weakens on Poor China’s Data, Market Sentiment

The Australian dollar was soft today as the market sentiment remained negative following yesterday’s news about an attack on oil tankers in Middle East. Mixed macroeconomic data in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner, added to downside pressure on the currency. While some of the indicators were good, the arguably more important ones were surprisingly bad, suggesting that the Chinese economy struggles to maintain its impressive growth.

Chinese Yuan Weakens on Falling Auto Sales, Sluggish US Investment

The Chinese yuan is weakening against major currency rivals on Thursday after new data painted a grim picture of the world’s second-largest economy. The trade war, which appears to be at a standstill, is seeping to a whole host of areas in Beijing, impacting economic growth and causing officials to hit the panic button. In the backdrop of the chaos is the yuan nearing toward the 7 threshold against the buck.

Chinese Yuan Suffers from Poor Data, Sino-US Trade Quarrel

The Chinese yuan declined against the US dollar today after almost all Chinese macroeconomic indicators released today missed expectations. The developments in the US-China trade negotiations were not good for the currency as well.

Chinese Yuan Rises Despite Weak Industrial Output

The Chinese yuan is making gains against its currency counterparts at the end of the trading week. Despite disappointing industrial output figures and reports of long delays for companies to get paid for their goods and services, the yuan will record a weekly gain against the US dollar and the euro.

Australian Dollar Posts Small Losses After China’s Growth Slows

The Australian dollar demonstrated small losses during the current trading session after economic data showed slowing growth in China, Australia’s biggest trading partner. Trading was quieter than usual today as US markets are closed for a holiday.

Chinese Yuan Weakens on Disappointing Economic Data

The Chinese yuan is weakening at the end of the trading week on recent National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) data that disappointed investors. This year, the currency’s descent has been in line with the trends plaguing the national economy, leaving many analysts wondering if the yuan will maintain this negative performance in 2019.

Australian Dollar Trades Lower After China’s Data Misses Expectations

The Australian dollar declined today after China released a bunch of macroeconomic indicators, some of which missed expectations. China is Australia’s biggest trading partner, making its economic well-being very important for the Australian economy and currency.

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