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Yuan step back

7 August 2014 By John Foley

After months of weakening, the Chinese currency has reversed course. Policymakers are also rethinking their timetable for making it basically freely tradable. Even if intentions are good, fear of damaging capital inflows and outflows makes it hard for the central bank to let go.

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