Dec. 2, 2015
China’s yuan strengthened in offshore trading Wednesday, with the central bank boosting the currency’s reference rate for the first time in five days.
The yuan fell Tuesday on concern China would reduce its support for the currency after winning reserve status at the IMF. Chinese Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao said the inclusion does not mean the end of financial reforms and the yuan’s value must be decided by the market.
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