China's Foreign-Exchange Reserves Decline to $3.23 Trillion

  • January's decline of $99.5 billion less than estimated
  • Increasing expectation PBOC will be forced to capitulate: IHS

How Long Will Chinese Growth Rates Decline For?

China’s foreign-exchange reserves shrank to the smallest since 2012, indicating that the central bank sold dollars as the yuan’s retreat to a five-year low exacerbated depreciation pressure.

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