IMF Pushes China to Disclose More Currency Data, WSJ ReportsBy
Derivatives figures may shed light on currency intervention
China has committed to adhere to IMF statistical standards
The International Monetary Fund is pushing China to disclose data on holdings of derivatives that could shed light on more-opaque methods of intervention in the yuan’s exchange rate, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
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