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Chinese Yuan Flat As PBoC Slashes Benchmark Loan Rate

The Chinese yuan is barely budging against its G10 currency competitors on Monday, despite the central bank showing its willingness to get serious about monetary easing. Investors may be trying to see if China can successfully hit the reboot button after last week’s worse-than-expected gross domestic product (GDP) reading for the first quarter. It is evident that Beijing will employ every fiscal and monetary […]

Chinese Yuan Mixed As Economy Contracts 6.8% in Q1, Retail Sales Crash

The Chinese yuan is mixed against its currency competitors to finish the trading week as investors weigh China’s near-term economic recovery. With the latest bearish numbers suggesting Beijing’s COVID-19 devastation, analysts are hoping that the worst is over and that the nation’s reboot will lead to better results.

Chinese Yuan Weakens As Officials Weigh Additional Fiscal, Monetary Stimulus

The Chinese yuan is weakening midweek as a new report suggests officials are considering additional fiscal and monetary stimulus to rejuvenate the post-coronavirus economy. As the country gradually returns to normal and even ends the lockdown in Wuhan, authorities are discussing a wide range of options. Over fears of a second wave, China could serve as a case study for the rest of the world in what to do after COVID-19.

Chinese Yuan Flat As PBoC Pumps $56 Billion Liquidity for SMEs

The Chinese yuan is trading relatively flat to kick off the holiday-shortened trading week. China continued to employ monetary policy measures to resuscitate the world’s second-largest economy in the coronavirus fallout. One mechanism Beijing is utilizing to spur business activity is bank lending, offering credit to businesses – large and small. Will it be enough for companies to borrow and restart operations?

Chinese Yuan Rebounds As PBoC Unveils Additional Stimulus Measures

The Chinese yuan is rebounding at the end of the trading week, buoyed by the central bank’s recent stimulus measures to stimulate the world’s second-largest economy as the country tries to return to normal. The yuan had breached the crucial 7 mark against the US dollar this week, but the currency might recover amid encouraging economic progress.

Chinese Yuan Rises As Financial Markets Brace for China’s Reboot

The Chinese yuan is rising against the US dollar and is mixed against other currency rivals, midweek as global financial markets brace for China’s reboot. With the death toll and the number of confirmed cases subsiding, Beijing is preparing to gradually return to normal. But just how bad was the coronavirus for the Chinese economy? The consensus is simple: expect the worst and hope for the best.

Chinese Yuan Mixed As Economic Stimulus Capped by Fiscal Woes

The Chinese yuan is mixed midweek as traders are waiting to see how the federal government reacts to the economic fallout from the Wuhan coronavirus, which was recently named Covid-19 by the World Health Organization (WHO). The central bank has responded and Beijing has unleashed several stimulus measures, but disappointing 2019 fiscal numbers might limit what the federal government can do.

Chinese Yuan Rebounds on Expected Stimulus, Cut in Tariffs

The Chinese yuan is rebounding on Thursday as reports suggest that the central bank will unleash additional stimulus to contain the Wuhan coronavirus’ impact on the world’s second-largest economy. While the death toll and number of confirmed cases have risen in China, global financial markets believe that the outbreak is waning. These reports come as Beijing is set to cut tariffs on US goods and report crucial trade data on Friday.

Chinese Yuan Mixed As PBoC Cuts Reserve Requirements to Boost Economy

The Chinese yuan is mixed on Thursday as the central bank announced that it is cutting amounts of deposits that commercial institutions are mandated to hold as reserves. This comes soon after new data found the nation’s manufacturing activity remained in expansionary territory, which is positive news for a nation that is trying to achieve better growth than what it has recorded over the last two years.

Chinese Yuan Weakens As Exports Fall, Capped by RRR Cut

The Chinese yuan is weakening to kick off the trading week, driven by a decline in August exports as the world’s second-largest economy continues its trade dispute with the US. But investors were optimistic about Beijing’s $126 billion cash injection into the struggling market, especially with analysts anticipating greater stimulus for the remainder of 2019.

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