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  1. China's has the world's largest foreign-exchange reserves

    Commentary: China's new digital currency is a bit of hot air

    China’s central bank digital currency, trialled in four cities and soon to be expanded to Beijing, Tianjin, Hong Kong and Macau, will not be a ...
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    Commentary: The larger implications of a low US dollar

    The US currency is the most valuable in the world and when it slides, everyone takes notice. Its new lows since COVID-19 hit is a sign of a larger ...
  3. Pro-democracy demonstrators hold papers with U.S. national flags during a protest against Beijing&a

    Commentary: The US dollar remains crucial to Hong Kong’s prosperity

    Hong Kong's currency, pegged to the US dollar, provides considerable financial buffer, says an observer.
  4. FILE PHOTO: The exchange rates of Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash are seen on the display

    Bitcoin goes through third 'halving', falls vs US dollar

    Bitcoin slid on Monday in volatile trading, after it went through a technical adjustment that reduced the rate at which new coins are created, but ...
  5. The People's Bank of China on Wednesday fixed the yuan's central parity rate at 6.9996 per

    Commentary: China has been secretly struggling to stabilise the yuan

    Chinese policymakers are still worried about excessive depreciation, says China commentator Yu Yongding.
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    Slump in demand for US residential property | Video

    Foreign demand for US residential property is evaporating. The slump is driven by slower economic growth abroad, tighter capital controls in ...
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    Commentary: A weaker yuan and how China reminded the US of the economic arrows in its quivers

    The result? Both sides may be seeing advantages in preventing wider damage to themselves and others, says UC Santa Barbara's Benjamin J Cohen.
  8. FILE PHOTO: Illustration photo of U.S. Dollar and China Yuan notes

    Commentary: Unrealistic to expect the yuan to remain stable against the US dollar

    China can commit credibly not to keep the value of the yuan artificially low but should not promise to keep the exchange rate stable, says Yu ...