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Singapore remains on US currency manipulation watchlist despite Vietnamese and Swiss reprieve - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore remains on US currency manipulation watchlist despite Vietnamese and Swiss reprieve

There was perhaps a sigh of relief in Hanoi and Berne as the US Treasury reversed the Trump administration’s decision to label both Vietnam and Switzerland as currency manipulators.

Yellen won’t name China as 'currency manipulator' in foreign-exchange report - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Yellen won't name China as 'currency manipulator' in foreign-exchange report

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will decline to name China as a currency manipulator in her first semiannual foreign-exchange report, according to people familiar with the matter, a move that allow

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Yuan unlikely to strengthen despite China losing "currency manipulator" tag

China’s yuan is unlikely to escape its current bout of weakness, even with help from U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.

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Weak inflation adds to a risk of a further drop in Singapore dollar

The Singapore dollar is vulnerable to retesting a four-month low, with signs that benign inflation and a gradual economic recovery will keep the central bank on hold at its April monetary policy re

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Millennium spinoff fund bets on Indonesia, Singapore currencies

A macro hedge fund spun out of Millennium Management LLC is building bullish positions in the Indonesian rupiah and Singapore dollar, betting that measures adopted by the two countries could boost

The Year of the Renminbi? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The Year of the Renminbi?

When billionaire investor Ray Dalio recently predicted that the Chinese renminbi will become a global reserve currency, the world took notice.

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European Central Bank moves to trademark 'digital euro'

The European Central Bank has applied to trademark the term “digital euro” as officials prepare to release an assessment of the benefits and drawbacks of creating a digital version of the currency.

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European central banker calls for Euro to go digital

The European Central Bank must prepare to issue a digital euro to complement banknotes “if and when” it becomes necessary, ECB board member Fabio Panetta said on Friday.

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Trump's Covid-19 comeuppance sees investors shelter in the Dollar and the Yen

The dollar rose and the safe-haven yen made its sharpest jump in more than a month on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he tested positive for COVID-19, just a month ahead of the Nov.

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China vows to win digital currency race to contest dollar hegemony

China needs to become the first nation to issue a digital currency in its push to internationalise the yuan and reduce its dependence on the global dollar payment system, a commentary published by

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