China’s Yuan Revolution Reaches Brazil and Argentina
By Joseph Bouchard
China's currency is becoming increasingly prominent in Latin America, but there's a long way to go before it will challenge the greenback.
De-dollarization Dreams: Why the US Dollar Won’t Bow Out
By Shaoyu Yuan
While the discourse around de-dollarization gains momentum, particularly with the strategic expansion of BRICS, the U.S. dollar's preeminence remains largely unchallenged.
BRICS: A China-Led Group Looking for Relevance
By Thiago de Aragao
Everything that is being proposed at the BRICS summit is already being done – often more effectively – at the bilateral level by China.
Is France Backing China’s Currency Against the US Dollar?
By Alain Tao
President Macron's recent state visit to China resulted in rare yuan-denominated deals. Does that signal French support for renminbi internationalization?
How Will China Counter US Financial Hegemony?
By Robert Farley
China’s plan for a central digital currency aims to fulfill numerous goals, from consolidating domestic control to competing in the global financial field.
Pakistan and the Belt and Road: New Horizons for a Globalized RMB
By Muhammad Tayyab Safdar and Joshua Zabin
CPEC will be an important testing ground for the internationalization of China’s currency.
China's Currency Devaluation Triggers US Charge of Manipulation
By Bonnie Girard
The designation carries no penalties, but it will have a ripple effect on China’s economy.
South Korea Is Key to Improving Asia’s Financial Safety Net
By Kyle Ferrier
Seoul has played a key role in formulating and improving the regional currency swap deal designed to offset another financial crisis.
Forecasting US-China Trade Fallout
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from the DailyFX Markets Analysis Team.
Trump’s Tweet Further Strengthens China-Pakistan Ties
By Charlotte Gao
While the U.S. plans to cut security assistance for Pakistan, Pakistan adopts the Chinese yuan as a currency for trade.
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi
By David G. Landry and Heiwai Tang
Beijing’s plans to internationalize the RMB haven't come to fruition; the Belt and Road Initiative may help finally make gains.
Currency Wars Along the Silk Road
By Gregory Gleason
Which will emerge on top in Central Asia: the dollar, the yuan, or even Bitcoin?