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China's Currency At Six-Year Low Causes Unease Across Markets

We've talked quite a bit about China in this daily note. China's currency is a factor in markets again today. China began allowing its currency to strengthen in value back in 2005, to begin making progress to a more fairly valued currency. But they made just the minimal concession to keep [...]
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