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MNI: China CFETS Yuan Index Down 0.82% In Week of May 6

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The CFETS Weekly RMB Index was 102.39 last Friday, May 6, compared with 103.24 in the week as of April 29.

The gauge, which compares the yuan to a basket of currencies from China's 24 major trading partners, has decreased 0.08% this year, when compares to 102.47 on Dec. 31, 2021.

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The CFETS Weekly RMB Index was 102.39 last Friday, May 6, compared with 103.24 in the week as of April 29.

The gauge, which compares the yuan to a basket of currencies from China's 24 major trading partners, has decreased 0.08% this year, when compares to 102.47 on Dec. 31, 2021.

Keep reading...Show less