Is the end in sight for the Yuan depreciation?

Chinese Yuan decline against the Dollar
Chinese Yuan decline against the Dollar
December 9th, 2016 - Alex Cull, Marketing Manager

Chinese Yuan decline against the Dollar

The Chinese Yuan has been experiencing a decline for over 2 weeks now, with various economic and political events having their influence on the exchange rate. The Yuan peaked at 6.92 to the USD on 23rd November, but this has dropped to 6.88 in December, with many economists believing this isn’t the end for the decline of the Yuan.

The Yuan has had an unpredictable year with large international events such as the UK Brexit decision and the US Presidential race having a significant impact on all exchange markets. The last few days however have seen the Yuan steady against the dollar which reflects most other international markets during this time.

There appears to be more pessimists than believers in the Yuan for the short-term future, with many believing Trump’s election and the slow Chinese growth having a longer impact than normal on its value. Analysts here at CEIC are continuing to observe these trends regularly and will provide a further in-depth analysis shortly; so watch this space!

Chinese Yuan Exchange Rate

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