Goldman Sees 'Limited' Room for Further China Yuan Depreciation

  • Falling oil prices will boost China's current account surplus
  • Capital outlfows rise to about $367 billion in three months

China’s yuan, which weakened the most since 1994 last year, has “limited” room for further depreciation as slumping oil prices will help boost the government’s current account surplus and offset capital outflows, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

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