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U.K. | 03 Feb. 2016 Would a Renminbi Depreciation Derail the Pick-up in U.K. Inflation?
Investors are increasingly anxious that an intentional sharp devaluation of the renminbi, aiming to combat China's slowdown, might lead to prolonged deflation in the West, particularly in an economy as open as the U.K.

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03 Feb. 2016 Would a Renminbi Depreciation Derail the Pick-up in U.K. Inflation?

By Samuel Tombs

Investors are increasingly anxious that an intentional sharp devaluation of the renminbi, aiming to combat China's slowdown, might lead to prolonged deflation in the West, particularly in an economy as open as the U.K.

Posted: 3rd Feb 2016 in 'U.K.'

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