A fall in the yuan's daily fix to a five-year low has the market wondering whether China is heading for another bout of currency devaluation jitters. Paul McNamara of GAM tells Roger Blitz that a strong dollar is bound to cause problems for China, but not on the scale of previous episodes of FX volatility.

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