Valuation of RMB
The Trilemma Of China’s Capital Outflow
The Chinese currency’s sharp fall last August has put the spotlight on the country’s foreign exchange reserves that.
| Jun. 28 2016
Yuan Devaluation is More Likely a Sign of Market Reforms
PBOC’s move to devaluing the RMB didn’t just follow weak exports data, but also IMF requirements for more.
| Aug. 17 2015
Making Sense of the Yuan Devaluation
Is the yuan devaluation the start of a currency war, or a reflection of Beijing’s plan to give the.
| Aug. 14 2015
The Redback Rodeo: The RMB Exchange Rate
The RMB exchange rate is caught between two powerful forces: the surging Dollar and China’s rising power.
| Jun. 2 2015
China Roundup: Who Moved the Hang Seng Index?
This week, mainland investors pushed the Hang Seng Index to a seven-year high; Alibaba’s Ant Financial launched a.
| Apr. 9 2015
The Chinese Economy Adjusts to the New Normal
The Chinese economy is slowing and that has significant ramifications for things like capital and the Renminbi. Is there a.
| Mar. 10 2015
China Roundup: What’s Behind China’s Required Reserve Ratio Cut?
This week, China’s central bank finally bit the bullet and cut the required reserve ratio by 50 basis points.
| Feb. 5 2015
China Roundup: China’s Manufacturing Activity Gathers Steam and the Alibaba Results
This week, the HSBC PMI showed an uptick in China’s manufacturing activity; news of the possibility of an RMB.
| Nov. 7 2014
China Roundup: China PMI index up; raids on Microsoft and Alibaba invests in Kabam
This week, China PMI index (Purchasing Managers Index) showed a slight improvement as did the Shanghai Composite Index; Microsoft likely.
| Aug. 1 2014
The X-Change Factor: China’s Capital Account Liberalization
China’s capital account liberalization and the new normal. Strolling through Hong Kong Central district at the junction of Garden.
| Jul. 14 2014