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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Chinese Yuan
  • Prev. Close: 6.7741
  • Bid/Ask: 6.7666 / 6.7686
  • Day's Range: 6.7659 - 6.8117
USD/CNY 6.7676 -0.0065 -0.10%

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Trump amps up criticism of Fed interest rate rises
Trump amps up criticism of Fed interest rate rises By Reuters - 1 hour ago 3

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday dug in on his criticism of the Federal Reserve's policy on raising interest rates, saying it takes away from the United States'...

Forex - Dollar Slumps on Trump Trade Comments
Forex - Dollar Slumps on Trump Trade Comments By Investing.com - 20 minutes ago

Investing.com - The U.S. dollar slumped on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the Federal Reserve and threatened to impose fresh tariffs on China. The U.S. dollar index, which...

Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday
Top 5 Things to Know in the Market on Friday By Investing.com - 4 hours ago

Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Friday, July 20: 1. Trump takes aim at Fed U.S. President Donald Trump broke a long-held presidential tradition...

It’s War – Trade and Currency
It’s War – Trade and Currency
By Marketpulse - 3 hours ago

Friday July 20: Five things the markets are talking about Euro equities start the day on the back foot despite most Asian bourses finding a little traction to close out their week. Nevertheless, a...

China markets gyrate as yuan hits one-year lows
China markets gyrate as yuan hits one-year lows By Reuters - 5 hours ago

By Winni Zhou and Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's yuan rebounded from more than one-year lows against the dollar on Friday afternoon, driven up on suspected dollar sales by major...

Forex- Dollar Inches Down After Trump Comments on Fed
Forex- Dollar Inches Down After Trump Comments on Fed By Investing.com - 5 hours ago

Investing.com - The U.S. dollar fell on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the Federal Reserve for increasing interest rates but was still on target for a second week of gains. The...

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Arthur Chin
Arthur Chin Jul 18, 2018 1:54PM ET
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could anyone explain this?
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Surianath Selvanayagam
Surianath Selvanayagam Jul 17, 2018 3:16PM ET
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CHINA WAS INVOLVED WITH 1MDB SCANDAL.
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Surianath Selvanayagam
Surianath Selvanayagam Jul 17, 2018 3:16PM ET
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Search the news , it’s all headlines now
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Mark Ukanela
Mark Ukanela Jul 11, 2018 1:15AM ET
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Short till 6.80-7.00
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 06, 2018 9:27AM ET
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Wow, great job numbers, US economy is doing reall great now:) ..What about China? Shanghai, H.K, and other stock markets in China have been crashing down now:)
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Hanwen Yeh
Hanwen Yeh Jul 06, 2018 9:27AM ET
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" This is CURRENCY WAR stupid!" ------- Pardon me for re-phrasing famous Clinton's quote " Its the ECONOMY stupid!" on why he defeated Bush Snr as US President. Yours is the typical degenerative Western Mentality that Trump got himself BANKRUPTED 3 (not once!) times,....misadventures based on simple-maths ( trade-deficits difference--I can lose).....
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deb mukherjee
deb mukherjee Jul 04, 2018 9:32AM ET
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1st round of tariff war advantage goes to china they have successfully depreciated yuan against dollar so things will be cheaper in dollar terms even after excessive  taxation, where as American products will be costlier in china so balance of trade will be in favor of china ..nice strategy
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 03, 2018 12:10AM ET
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Bank of Korea will raise its rate by 0.25% very soon July:) Indeed, it has no choice but hiking its rate, will make Won as a safe haven like Yen against Yuan, Singapore$, Aussie$, H.K$, NZ$, Euro etc because Korean economy is the largest supplying channel for the world economy. Regardless of trade - war between US and China, both of them have to import intermediate goods from S.Korean Corps which have manufacturing systems in the world:)
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Bob Jo
Bob Jo Jul 03, 2018 12:10AM ET
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Which, in other words, can also be interpreted as Korea being vulnerable exposed to the current trade dispute - the very vulnerability that the country can be tossed around by these two 800-pound gorillas.
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 02, 2018 11:49PM ET
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Chinese Corps bankruptcy by 2nd Q of 2018 rate has been already surpassed the numbers of 2016, which were the biggest defaults companies nationwide in China. Buy Korean Won, Japanese Yen, US$ against Aussie$, TWD, H.K$, Singapore$, NZ$, and Euro!
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 01, 2018 1:00AM ET
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Buy S.Korean Won and Japanese Yen to hedge against Yuan, Singapore$, H.K$ and Taiwan$:) You can get hefty returns in a couple of weeks:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jul 01, 2018 1:00AM ET
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Sell Aussie$, Singapore$, NZ$, HK$, and Euro against Korean Won, the reason is that: ..In fact, the S.Korean domestic economy may be suffering from the holding interest rate by BOK due to increasing more and more goods from overseas esp oil and gas from US, Middle East and so on:) ..However, S.Korean companies such as LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, S.K Hynix etc already became multi-national corps, means that they are free from the tension between China and USA as a great supplying channel unless China and USA both ban all of importing activities, means that US and China impose tariffs on both products not S.Korean goods esp intermediate products, which must be imported to manufacture complete products:)..As a matter of fact, the multi-national corps, mentioned above from S.Korea, will be the biggest winner as a great supplying channel as they have been in the world market since 2011yr:) ..However what about Aussie, NZ, H.K, Singapore etc? No Growth Engine for them:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 27, 2018 11:32PM ET
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Buy S.Korean Won and Japanese Yen to hedge against Yuan, Singapore$, H.K$ and Taiwan$:) You can get hefty returns in a couple of weeks:)
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 27, 2018 11:30PM ET
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Chinese economy is on the verge of cracking-down due to too much its debts:)
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Darius Ashouri
Darius Ashouri Jun 27, 2018 10:16PM ET
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110.00 2.3bn
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Darius Ashouri Jun 27, 2018 10:16PM ET
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sorry it is for UJ ! mistake
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Zeyu Geng
Zeyu Geng Jun 25, 2018 10:06PM ET
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somebody said about long-term benefits. however you can not ignore the damage to wellness in short-run, How many people will lose their jobs because of the trade war? isn't maintain wellness the ultimate goal of a country?
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Yun Sean
Yun Sean Jun 08, 2018 12:27AM ET
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In fact, trans-shipment ports economies like Singapore and H.K are getting doomed, due to South Eastern countries growth esp Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and etc. ..Also, more and more shale gas and oils are coming directly from China through the Pacific Ocean. Indeed the numbers of oil tankers through Malacca Straits are drastically being down and down, and will be further down and down.
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Yun Sean Jun 08, 2018 12:27AM ET
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Sell Singapore$, H.K$, Aussie$, NZ$, buy Chinese Yuan, S.Korean Won, Japanese Yen:) ..Esp Won has become a safe haven currency than Singapore, H.K$. Also, according to IMF, Won will be one of SDR(s) of IMF in 2020yr.
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Marian Čejka
Marian Čejka Jun 03, 2018 7:20PM ET
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i dont knwo what to do...i dont know nothing. but i cannot afford to pass this trade! oh my gosh oh my gosh!
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Mark Ukanela
Mark Ukanela May 30, 2018 3:03PM ET
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Will go back to 6.80 if Trump punishes China and back to $6.25 if they come to an agreement
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ayush kumar May 07, 2018 5:03AM ET
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we are experiencing a very fresh time when america is trying to manipulate things in order to save its economy and that is the reason president of usa is donald trumph a businessman/economist , as we all know about bubble economy which is not new and america have experienced it , whose currency i.e. usd is itself a bubble . There is no reserve commodities are behind it , neither bullions nor forex but it stated main evaluation tool of economic measures . But the condition changed the world is overcoming this trick in shade of geopolitics and despite all factors us wants to save its currency trust for some time in order to maintain and stablize their position before the bubble break . But the bubble can not be permanent , now china is taking edge and may devaluate its currency faster which may trouble us , despite these changes us in not going accordance with iran opec countries china , and russia will take advantage over this . Yes the time has come , we will experience new world .
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Mark Ukanela Apr 17, 2018 1:37PM ET
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This will go back to 6.80
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Tiong Soon Lee
Tiong Soon Lee Apr 04, 2018 7:07PM ET
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My bad, I see that they are premiums, but the change was negative.
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Tiong Soon Lee Apr 04, 2018 7:03PM ET
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Hi guys, a newbie who needs some help with his textbook and trying to reconcile theory with reality. Why is USD/CNY trading at a forward discount. The equation says that if the CNY interest rate is higher than the USD interest rate, USD/CNY should be trading at a forward premium. Any veteran could help explain?
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William McCray
William McCray Mar 02, 2018 12:01PM ET
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Trade wars? How about trade equality. Over 5.3 CNY for one US dollar? Over 105 Yens for one dollar? Combined with cheap steel imports and other raw materials this has systematically affected the United States middle class. How ironic a republican president can stand up for what’s right for the middle class and all working Americans. We might lose the short term trade battle but we must look long term and try to win the war not just the battle.
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Shaz Ali Mar 02, 2018 3:26AM ET
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@Viona
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Mark Ukanela Feb 27, 2018 11:54PM ET
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Should probably start to depreciate now that Chinese New Years is over. Prior to Chinese New Years when demand is high for USD’s the Yuan usually climbs. After it drops
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Mark Ukanela Feb 27, 2018 11:53PM ET
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I think one would need to be long to be short..
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