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Rates Outlook: China Aid A$ Reversal

Despite neutral to weaker risk trends across key sentiment barometers overnight, the Aussie, Kiwi and sterling led a charge higher against the greenback, leaving the Euro and CAD trailing behind.

By Chris Gore | Oct 25, 2012 | GoMarkets

¥ Renminbi (RMB) market in London sees rapid growth

JPM, HBC, C, IDCBY The offshore Renminbi (RMB) business in London has seen a substantial growth since an initiative launched April this year, the City of London said Tuesday.

Oct 24, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

USA Vs China: The Economic Cold War

China's gains in strength have brought to the surface much misgiving and even fear among some Westerners, leading some Western politicians to slander Beijing's development, attempt to squeeze its strategic space and challenge its main interests.

By Shayne Heffernan | Sep 03, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

RMB Outlook

Wang Qinwei, China economist for Capital Economics, cites a surge in foreign currency deposits in China, which on the books are classified as an outflow, as likely pressuring the central bank to sell reserves.

By Shayne Heffernan | Aug 20, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

The Rise of China and the RMB

The Asian Development Bank announced Tuesday on its website that it has decided to support deals denominated in renminbi and Indian rupee under its Trade Finance Program as intra-regional trade transactions using these two Asian currencies are expected to rise.

By Shayne Heffernan | Jul 19, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Use of RMB to Grow

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority Thursday unveiled its new facility for providing Renminbi (RMB) liquidity to authorized institutions participating in Renminbi business in Hong Kong.

By Shayne Heffernan | Jun 18, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

China Eases the Way

Following negative data last week, investors were clearly concerned about global growth and anxiously anticipated government actions. While Europe and the U.S. disappointed investors, China surprised on the upside by cutting interest rates. The market reacted positively, as the S&P 500 Index increased 3.7 percent.

By Frank Holmes | Jun 13, 2012 | U.S. Global Investors Inc.

The Rise of the RMB

The Ministry of Finance said Wednesday it will start selling 32.09 billion yuan (5.18 billion U.S.dollars) of seven-year book-entry treasury bonds on Thursday. The bonds, the 10th batch of its kind to be floated this year, carry a fixed interest rate of 3.14 percent and will be sold to the public from June 7-11, the ministry said in a statement posted on its website.

By Shayne Heffernan | Jun 07, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Time to Sell the USD as RMB Set to Dominate

Japan, China to begin direct currency trading on 1 June. Japan and China will begin direct Yen-Yuan trading on 1 June, Japanese Finance Minister Jun Azumi said Tuesday, abandoning the existing system that determines Yen-Yuan rates via their USD values.

By Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr. | May 30, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Trading RMB Futures in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) received approval from the Securities and Futures Commission Monday, to offer Renminbi (RMB) currency futures. The plan is to be introduced in Q-3 of Y 2012 HKEx's RMB currency futures will be the 1st exchange-traded currency futures settled in RMB.

By Paul A. Ebeling, Jnr. | May 30, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

Looking to China to Fire Up Its Economy

Following on the heels of renewed concern over Europe's debt situation, China released its monthly economic data. Fixed asset investment, industrial production and retail sales all rose in April, yet growth was not as strong as analysts anticipated. "Weak" is the word to describe China's April figures, says CLSA's Andy Rothman in his Sinology Report.

By Frank Holmes | May 15, 2012 | U.S. Global Investors Inc.

Asian Currency Outlook, RMB, Singapore Dollar, Ringgit, Rupiah, Baht

Asian economies are stabilizing. China's manufacturing expanded for a fifth month in April while its foreign-exchange reserves climbed 3.9 percent in the first quarter of 2012 to $3.3 trillion, official data show. Consumer-price gains slowed to 3.4 percent last month from 3.6 percent in March.

By Shayne Heffernan | May 11, 2012 | LiveTradingNews

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