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Renminbi’s fall stokes US ire
Devaluation may seem tempting, but it helps neither China nor the US?
Central bank fixes midpoint for trading band above 7 to the dollar
US allegations that China is manipulating its currency burst into the open again
Political choices about value of renminbi tempered by consequences for growth
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Investors must now guess how much pain the two countries will inflict on each other
China sees policy as key to economic stability but Washington views it as manipulation
Decision comes after Beijing let renminbi fall through key level
Beijing has pledged to ensure currency’s stability after letting it weaken
Japan’s Topix has now entered negative territory for the year to date
The drop through Rmb7 per dollar will have limited economic impact
When tariffs close a door in one place, they open a window elsewhere.
China’s central bank blames tariffs for move as Trump hits out at ‘major violation’
By letting renminbi ‘crack seven’, Beijing has signalled near-term deal with US is unlikely?
Investors ask why China’s central bank has allowed currency to weaken beyond symbolic threshold
Chinese currency falls below seven to the dollar for the first time since the financial crisis
Currency hovers close to psychological floor of seven to the dollar
Credit, money supply and capital flight demand close attention
Yen and gold fall back as geopolitical tensions ease