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Expanding China's capital markets - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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China's capital markets could expand in the coming months. Here's why

The yuan recently jumped to its highest level relative to the US dollar since June 2018. What's the impact of this?
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

Thailand is perhaps under greater risk of scrutiny by the US than Singapore or Malaysia, says the CGS-CIMB team.
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

The report, which is not yet finalised, is due on Thursday.

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

The retention of tariffs and pressure from higher treasury yields are likely to limit the strength of the Chinese Yuan.

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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.

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Millennium spinoff fund bets on Indonesia, Singapore currencies

The Singapore-based firm is counting on the Singapore dollar to strengthen on a faster vaccine rollout.
The Year of the Renminbi? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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The Year of the Renminbi?

China’s rulers are confident the day will come when the Renminbi replaces the US Dollar as the global reserve currency.

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European Central Bank moves to trademark 'digital euro'

“The Eurosystem has so far not made a decision on whether to introduce a digital euro." - ECB President Christine Lagarde.

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European central banker calls for Euro to go digital

Is a digital Euro the next step towards ever-closer union?

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

The USD gained 0.6% on the risk-sensitive AUD while JPY rose more than 1% on the AUD.
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