Is the Yuan Successfully Being Managed?

Chinese equities are once again in the cross hairs of short sellers. Short interest in one of the largest Hong Kong exchange-traded funds tracking domestic Chinese stocks has surged fivefold this month to its highest level in a year, according to data compiled by Markit and Bloomberg. The last time bearish bets were so elevated, such pessimism proved well-founded as China’s bull market turned into a $5 trillion rout. The Chinese currency is heading for its biggest monthly loss since last year’s devaluation as the nation’s economic outlook worsens and the Federal Reserve prepares to raise borrowing costs, driving a rally in the dollar. Bank of America Merrill Lynch Chief European Economist Gilles Moec discusses with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "The Pulse."

How Markets May Reflect Bannon's White House Exit
04:00 - Stephen Bannon will leave his role as chief strategist to President Donald Trump, with today being his last day in the White House. Bloomberg Intelligence's Gina Martin Adams looks at what Bannon's exit means for markets on "Bloomberg Markets: The Trump Economy." (Source: Bloomberg)
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