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Although the country wasn't named a manipulator.
Treasury says it remains concerned about recent weakness of the renminbi
Will US third-quarter earnings improve sentiment and drive fund managers to buy the dip?
The semi-annual report comes out any day now.
Fears of Chinese capital outflows mount as currency approaches key level
US Treasury secretary says in interview he wants issue raised in trade talks
Watch China's currency fix on Monday.
Beijing’s interests are now aligning with those of its American rival
A grand technocratic plan is not necessarily behind renminbi moves — it’s more messy
The ECB, the Fed and the BoJ largely have monetary policy right
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin has declined to name China a currency manipulator three times
Draghi faces grilling on timing of rate rise and Trump’s charge of currency manipulation
US accuses China of currency manipulation to gain a trade advantage
Central bank action indicates policymakers are moving to ease monetary policy
US president accuses China of manipulating renminbi to gain trade advantage
It could, but it probably shouldn't
Weaponising the currency would court mutually assured destruction
China’s central bank caught between propping up currency or using it as a trade weapon
Economists say any attempt to ‘weaponise’ China’s currency carries big risks
Currency wars give no edge to exporters but do cause economic harm
Analysts say the comments ‘make no sense’
Pact would aim to reduce manipulation and improve forex transparency
The currency bloc has been relying on the largesse of foreigners to compensate for stinginess at home.