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Barings sees opportunities in the Chinese yuan and the country’s 10-year bond

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here A Chinese clerk counts renminbi yuan banknotes at a bank in China on December 2015. Jie Zhao | Corbis News | Getty Images The Chinese yuan has weakened considerably in recent days, as U.S.-China tensions reignite and investors weigh the uncertainty......
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Hong Kong plunges more than 3% following reports of Beijing’s plans for new security laws

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Stocks in Asia Pacific were lower in Friday morning trade as tensions between the U.S. and China rise. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index led losses among the region’s major markets as it plunged 3.13% in morning trade, with shares of......
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Goldman Sachs says a second wave of coronavirus could make the Fed rethink negative interest rates

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during a news conference in Washington, DC. Getty Images Another “big setback” in the U.S. economy could prompt the Federal Reserve to consider cutting interest rates into negative territory — but such a monetary policy......
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Cryptocurrency market jumps by over $13 billion driven by bitcoin as major technical event approaches

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Mehmet Ali Ozcan | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images A rally in bitcoin led the cryptocurrency market higher ahead of a major technical event for the digital coin and as industry participants report an increased interest from institutional investors. Bitcoin......
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Turkey’s lira hits lowest level ever

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (C) gestures as he delivers a speech on stage, with on the background banknotes of the Turkish Lira, during the Annual Evaluation Meeting for the 2019 year. Ankara, January 16, 2020. ADEM ALTAN | AFP......
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These countries effectively contained the coronavirus, and their currencies are surging in response

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CNBC – For more and to sign up click here Swimmers return to Bondi beach on April 28, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. Brook Mitchell | Getty Images Countries like Australia, New Zealand and South Korea are among the few which managed to buck the trend and put a lid on......

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