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China has now spent $1 trillion defending its currency - Quartz

China's heaping hoard of foreign-exchange reserves once symbolized its economic might. At their peak, in June 2014, they reached just shy of $4 trillion—more money than the entire German economy made that year. How times have changed. In January ...and more »

China forex reserves dip under $3tn to touch 5-year low - Financial Times

China's foreign exchange reserves dipped below $3tn in January for the first time in five years but the decline was the lowest in seven months as tighter capital controls and a stronger renminbi discouraged outflows. Official reserves fell by $12.3bn ...and more »

How China Lost $1 Trillion - New York Times

It's a lot of money — but it's shrinking. On Tuesday, China's central bank said its foreign exchange reserves slipped to $2.998 trillion in January. While they dropped only a modest amount from December, the fall still put the reserves below the ...and more »

China's Foreign Exchange Reserves Plummet - Investopedia

China's foreign exchange reserves fell below $3 trillion for the first time since May 2012 last month, sparking fears that the country may fall below the threshold recommended by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and further endanger the health of ...and more »

China's Foreign-Exchange Reserves Drop Below $3 Trillion, Near Six-Year Low - Wall Street Journal

BEIJING—China's foreign-exchange reserves dropped below $3 trillion in January, the lowest level in almost six years, complicating the central bank's balancing act of trying to contain asset bubbles without triggering a liquidity crunch. The People's ...and more »

China Reserves Edge Below $3 Trillion as Yuan Pressure Increases - Bloomberg

China's foreign-currency reserves edged just below $3 trillion in January, falling to the lowest since early 2011 after the yuan capped its steepest annual decline in two decades. Key Points. Reserves fell $12.3 billion to $2.998 trillion, the People's ...and more »

China Jan FX reserves fall below $3 trillion for first time in nearly 6 years - Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign exchange reserves unexpectedly fell below the closely watched $3 trillion level in January for the first time in nearly six years, though tighter regulatory controls appeared to making some progress in slowing ...and more »

China's forex reserves drop below US$3 trillion for first time in six years - South China Morning Post

China's foreign exchange reserves have dropped below the psychological level of US$3 trillion for the first time since February 2011. The reserves fell by US$12.3 billion last month, a smaller decline than in December, but still larger than expected in ...and more »

China's Market News: Government Bond Yields Rise Amid Tightened Liquidity - Nasdaq

DailyFX.com -. This daily digest focuses on Yuan rates, major Chinese economic data, market sentiment, new developments in China's foreign exchange policies, changes in financial market regulations, as well as market news typically available only in ...and more »

The Yuan: Pegged or Not, That Is the Question - ETFdb.com

China's yuan policy has caused quite the stir in recent times. In August 2015, it was at the centre of a global financial storm culminating in the Aug. 25 “Black Monday” selloff that wiped trillions from the global exchanges. As the People's Bank of ...and more »