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Asia Documents | 14 September 2017 PBoC Pushes Back on RMB Rise. Stability is Still King, for now
The RMB has risen strongly in recent months, initially with the euro and the yen, but China's currency rose on a trade-weighted basis in August.

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14 September 2017 PBoC Pushes Back on RMB Rise. Stability is Still King, for now

By Freya Beamish

The RMB has risen strongly in recent months, initially with the euro and the yen, but China's currency rose on a trade-weighted basis in August.

Posted: 13th Sep 2017 in 'Asia Documents'

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