China’s Yuan Joins IMF Reserves in First Revision Since 1999By
Authorities will keep yuan stable to avoid hurting image: OCBC
IMF’s Lagarde says inclusion reflects progress made by China
The yuan took on the mantle of a global reserve currency Saturday, a milestone that is seen breathing life into China’s bond markets by prompting estimated inflows of as much as $1 trillion over the next five years.
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