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6.8543 -0.0070    -0.10%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Chinese Yuan...
  • Prev. Close: 6.8613
  • Bid/Ask: 6.8525 / 6.8561
  • Day's Range: 6.8429 - 6.8700
USD/CNH 6.8543 -0.0070 -0.10%

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Trade War Escalates Amid New US Tariffs By Iris Pang - Sep 18, 2018

After announcing 10% tariffs on $200 billion of goods, the US said it would raise it to 25% in 2019. The tariff list has also been revised to exclude some consumer goods. We...

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  Real-time FX 6.8543 6.8525 6.8561 0 -0.10% CNH 09:49:43  
  TAIFEX 6.86 0.00 0.00 7 -0.17% CNH 18/09  

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Sep 17, 2018 10:28PM ET
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Yuan will be down to the level of 7.0 level:) China has no money but its mounting debts:)
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Terence Lee Sep 17, 2018 10:28PM ET
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hi do you think gold could touch 980-1000 level?
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MissPiggy Sep 17, 2018 10:28PM ET
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so.... not all that different to the rest of the world
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Sep 16, 2018 10:39PM ET
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https://www.investing.com/news/economy-news/china-central-bank-unexpectedly-injects-265-billion-yuan-via-oneyear-mlf-rate-unchanged-1612152 breaking news, Chinese economy is in very risky situations esp in the sector of business, check the news. So many business sectors in China are on the risks of bankruptcy.
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Sep 12, 2018 12:34AM ET
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https://www.investing.com/central-banks/fed-rate-monitor ( the Fed will hike its rate another 0.25% on Sep, 26th based on 100% probability.
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Sep 11, 2018 10:06AM ET
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Sell Yuan, Aussie$, Singapore$, NZ$, HK$, and Euro against Korean Won (in case of Japanese economy is being matured), the reason is that: S.Korean companies such as LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, S.K Hynix etc already became multi-national corps, means that they are free from the tension between China and USA as a great supplying channel unless China and USA both ban all of importing activities, means that US and China impose tariffs on both products not S.Korean goods esp intermediate products, which must be imported to manufacture complete products:)..As a matter of fact, the multi-national corps, mentioned above from S.Korea, will be the biggest winner as a great supplying channel as they have been in the world market since 2011yr:) ..However what about Aussie, NZ, H.K, Singapore etc? No Growth Engine for them:)
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Sep 11, 2018 9:35AM ET
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Sep, 04th released the data for 2nd Q Aussie account balance, it is (-)13.6billions$, for your reference, S.Korean account balance for 2nd Q is (+ )30.1billions$, China 2nd Q account balance (-) 28.6billions$, Japan's  (+ )28.4billions$ Math never tell you a lie:)
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Sep 11, 2018 8:24AM ET
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It is good time to devalue Yuan against US$ because coming Sep, 26th, the Fed will hike its rate 0.25%, and Chinese 10yr bond yield will be up and up means gap between US10yr bond and Chinese 10yr bond rate will be wider and wider. That means Chinese Yuan will be further devalued into the level of 6.9:)
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Sep 11, 2018 8:19AM ET
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Long story, short, Yuan will be down to the level of 6.9 soon due to planned trading spats:) I have no idea what they planned for trading spats, however it looks like that China and USA both are taking a advantages:) Interesting.
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Quim Serra Sep 11, 2018 8:01AM ET
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New on this pair USD/CHN. Recently opened a SELL position as I expect a rejection at the bullish moment. I would like to read your thougts about it and you comments with ref. of this pair compare to XAU (Gold)
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MissPiggy Sep 11, 2018 8:01AM ET
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gold will fall with the yuan
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Sep 10, 2018 1:23AM ET
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Only S.Korean Won and Japanese Yen are the bright spots:) Ex) S.Korean economy has been more than 78months consecutively to record its twin surplus from its trading and current-account:)
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Nickyjack Sep 10, 2018 1:23AM ET
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  O yes especially if we have a look at the Japenese growth for the last decade = flat!
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Sep 10, 2018 1:23AM ET
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Nickyjack  Take a look at Japanee 10yr bond rate:)
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Nickyjack Sep 10, 2018 1:23AM ET
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  you are perfectly right; Mr.Yunh Japenese economy outrange all the economies, US, Chinese and so on..ahahahaha mfk
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Sep 09, 2018 11:16PM ET
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Due to Fed rate-hiking, not only Yuan, but also especially, Indonesian Rupiah are in being big trouble, and it will be going to get relief loan from IMF before end of 2018:) They are suffering from twin deficits:)
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Sep 07, 2018 8:38AM ET
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Yuan, Aussie$ Indonesia Rupiah NZ$ Singapore$ + Hong Kong$ all have big troubles due to the Fed 100% rate-hiking in Sep, 26th, 2018. https://www.investing.com/central-banks/fed-rate-monitor
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MissPiggy Sep 07, 2018 8:38AM ET
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Brian Hughes I am sorry but the fed is not conflicted.  They know rates have to go up and not down.  Negative interest rates help nobody and in the end debt has to be paid back.  Look where Europe is with their negative rates...
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Sep 07, 2018 8:38AM ET
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MissPiggy Correct! :)
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Brian Hughes Sep 07, 2018 8:38AM ET
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Hi folks, I am not advocating for QE. If Trump, of whom I am a supporter, can maintain a growing economy then QT is obviously the way to go and makes sense. Unfortunately QT has a detrimental effect on other economies that are not so strong and do not have an abundance of USD in reserve it appears. This will in effect break China in the long run in my opinion as she is forced to use reserves to support Yuan. However, there are the issues of impending market collapse coupled with its inevitable contagion and the role gold reserves will play in its currency solution. What does Trump have in his box of tricks to help solve this dilemma?
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Sep 07, 2018 5:18AM ET
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Breaking News Chinese foreign currency reserve fell the lowest level in 10months:) It is 3.1trillions US$, it could be down to the level of 2.9 trillions US$ level after Fed rate-hiking in Sep, 26th, 2018:)
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Sep 05, 2018 12:50AM ET
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Under current circumstances, higher 10yr yield bond means no money and nobody invests into it:)  Asian 10yr bond rates now:  Japan 0.114% Taiwan 0.840% HK 2.245% S.Korea 2.305%  VS Singapore 2.409% Australia 2.571% China 3.648% Malaysia 4.112% Indonesia 8.423% Math never tell you a lie:) Indeed it is a simple math between the correlation of 10yr bond yield and currency rate:)
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Sep 04, 2018 8:30AM ET
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Today, released the data for 2nd Q Aussie account balance, it is (-)13.6billions$, for your reference, S.Korean account balance for 2nd Q is (+ )30.1billions$, China 2nd Q account balance (-) 28.6billions$, Japan's  (+ )28.4billions$ Math never tell you a lie:)
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Cheung Cheung Sep 04, 2018 8:30AM ET
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any view on CNH? when and where it will reach?
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Sep 04, 2018 8:30AM ET
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Cheung Cheung Yun Sean. Aug 30, 2018 11:43PM ET . Chinese Yuan will be depreciated again in coming days due to US's decision 200US$ tariff imposing:)
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Sep 04, 2018 8:29AM ET
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Chinese 2nd Q account deficit is also huge.. (-) 28.6 billionsUS$, about 5.86% more than my calculation:) in 3rd Q, Chinese account deficits will be even larger scale than 2nd Q:) However in case, Indonesia, twin deficits again and again, how long it will be able to go? Just a matter of time, Indonesia is in big hurry to talk to IMF:)
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Aug 30, 2018 11:44PM ET
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The only bright spots in Asian currencies are S.Korea Won and Japanese Yen, that is all:)
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Aug 30, 2018 11:43PM ET
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Chinese Yuan will be depreciated again in coming days due to US's decision 200US$ tariff imposing:)
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MissPiggy Aug 30, 2018 11:43PM ET
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Thank you.  And so with it go gold prices.... thats good to know
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Aug 30, 2018 11:42PM ET
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Singapore is getting into financially very unstable situation because Singapore has no way to collect back its huge loan amounts from Malaysia, Indonesia, and especially from China. That is why, Hong Kong also its currency are being down and down and it is also spending too much its foreign currency reserve to prevent its peg system:
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Aug 30, 2018 11:42PM ET
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Malaysia is going to bankruptcy  less than 2-3months. Singapore$ also will be collapsed due to Malaysia and Indonesia, because Singapore has loaned too much to those countries including China. There is no way to collect back the loans from Malaysia, Indonesia, and China:) Math never tell you a lie:)
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Aug 30, 2018 11:41PM ET
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As you can see from Bloomberg reports today in morning, Malaysian foreign currency reserve is running out of it. Malaysia will be going to national bankruptcy very soon:) Indonesia also its rupiah has been down much worse than ever. It will be also going into national default:)
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Abbas Malik Aug 27, 2018 2:56AM ET
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Can we find data on yuan like we cftc data for other currencies
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Dwain Hobbs Aug 27, 2018 2:56AM ET
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its a govt controlled currency , even if u do find will be manipulated,,
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Aug 24, 2018 11:36PM ET
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Not only Chinese Yuan, but also S.Korean Won, Japanese Yen, those Asian currencies will be appreciated against US$ as you can see in coming days and weeks if my comments below were on the table of trade talks between USA and China:)
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Aug 24, 2018 11:34PM ET
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However one clear fact is that China and USA have the most seriously talked about currency manipulation than any other trading issues:) In Oct, there will be an announcement on the list currency manipulating country, now China is trying its best to avoid to be listed on the list in Oct:)
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Aug 24, 2018 11:30PM ET
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it is time to go long for Yuan, because based on the Yuan movement, it says that Chinese Government might have agreed with US to appreciate its currency, or the Yuan could not be reached at the current level 6.8, though it still have not clear what the clear factor have discussed between them before 200billions tariffs in Sep:)
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MissPiggy Aug 23, 2018 9:42PM ET
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i think this is it reversal time...
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Matt Brackley Aug 23, 2018 9:42PM ET
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Nahh moves like that just donu0027t reverse.
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Matt Brackley Aug 23, 2018 9:42PM ET
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I think we have the start of something here.
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