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China's Capital Controls: Politics or Policy?
April 20, 2017
China's Capital Controls: Politics or Policy?
Insights from Ming Huang.
China's Capital Controls: Politics or Policy?
China’s Subtle But Significant Attitude Change on Monetary Policy
March 30, 2017
China’s Subtle But Significant Attitude Change on Monetary Policy
The People’s Bank of China’s monetary policy changes are strongly impacting the outlook for 2017 and beyond.
China’s Subtle But Significant Attitude Change on Monetary Policy
Renminbi Rising: Brave New Monetary World?
January 19, 2016
Renminbi Rising: Brave New Monetary World?
Insight from William Overholt
Renminbi Rising: Brave New Monetary World?
China’s Dollar Peg to Wind Down
December 21, 2015
China’s Dollar Peg to Wind Down
It seems likely that China’s central bank will reduce its grip on the U.S. dollar.
China’s Dollar Peg to Wind Down
China's Currency Set to Join IMF's Elite Currencies Club. So What?
November 17, 2015
China's Currency Set to Join IMF's Elite Currencies Club. So What?
The IMF has said that it will recommend the renminbi's inclusion in its elite SDR basket of currencies.
China's Currency Set to Join IMF's Elite Currencies Club. So What?
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
August 26, 2015
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
China's leaders haven't pursued structural reform to the extent necessary. After 'Black Monday,' they might have to.
After 'Black Monday,' Structural Reform in China?
China’s Central Bank Defends Currency Devaluation
August 14, 2015
China’s Central Bank Defends Currency Devaluation
Officials from the People's Bank of China insist the move was designed to bring the RMB in line with its market value.
China’s Central Bank Defends Currency Devaluation
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
August 12, 2015
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
The People's Bank of China's decision to raise rates sends gloomy signal about the short-term future of China's economy.
PBOC's Move: Not a Currency War, But Not a Good Sign
China’s Bond Market Continues to Inch Open
July 21, 2015
China’s Bond Market Continues to Inch Open
The central bank takes another few steps in opening up China's bond market.
China’s Bond Market Continues to Inch Open
China’s Capital Outflows
February 23, 2015
China’s Capital Outflows
In a reverse, the central bank is now having to intervene in support of its currency.
China’s Capital Outflows
China’s Central Bankers Get Creative
July 26, 2014
China’s Central Bankers Get Creative
The People’s Bank of China has a difficult role to play. But is it constraining market forces?
China’s Central Bankers Get Creative
The Expanding Offshore Renminbi
July 07, 2014
The Expanding Offshore Renminbi
Offshore trading of China’s currency is growing rapidly.
The Expanding Offshore Renminbi
The Renminbi Goes Abroad
April 24, 2014
The Renminbi Goes Abroad
The internationalization of China’s currency is underway, albeit with some important hurdles still to clear.
The Renminbi Goes Abroad
PBOC Policies Under the Xi-Li Administration
March 19, 2014
PBOC Policies Under the Xi-Li Administration
A look back over the policy decisions of the past year is revealing.
PBOC Policies Under the Xi-Li Administration
China Doubles Currency Trading Band
March 17, 2014
China Doubles Currency Trading Band
The announcement is at least a partial explanation for a recent fall in the renminbi.
China Doubles Currency Trading Band
China’s Interest Rate Liberalization Plans
March 12, 2014
China’s Interest Rate Liberalization Plans
The central bank announcement points to an important institutional change.
China’s Interest Rate Liberalization Plans
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