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China’s commitment to stable yuan looks unstable

19 July 2018 By Pete Sweeney

The currency has moved below 6.7 a dollar, a level recently defended by state banks. The fall reflects a greenback rally and cooling Chinese growth, not the trade war weapon many investors fear. As Beijing warms to monetary easing, though, lines in forex sand easily blow away.

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