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Shares in Asia were higher on Wednesday following an earlier slump this week as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated.Shares in Asia were higher on Wednesday following an earlier slump this week as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated.

The Chinese Yuan remains in focus ahead of a data dump that could provide markets with a sign of how urgently China may need to strike a deal with the US. What might USDCNH implied volatility suggest?The Chinese Yuan remains in focus ahead of a data dump that could provide markets with a sign of how urgently China may need to strike a deal with the US. What might USDCNH implied volatility suggest?

Yuan Currency Volatility: USDCNH Eyes Trade War & Looming Data

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“President Trump today called his trade war with China a “little squabble.” It’s not a squabble, it’s a disaster with huge costs for California consumers, farmers and businesses. It’s time to stop holding American consumers and producers hostage as trade talks continue.”

Sen Dianne Feinstein on Twitter: "President Trump today called his trade war with China a “little squabble.” It’s not a squabble, it’s a disaster with huge costs for California consumers, farmers and businesses. It’s time to stop holding American consumers and producers hostage as trade talks continue."

“Trump’s trade war with China will hit TVs, dishwashers, toys, lithium batteries, iPhones — even Silly Putty https://t.co/pm0INsyUXA”

高須克弥 on Twitter: "Trump’s trade war with China will hit TVs, dishwashers, toys, lithium batteries, iPhones — even Silly Putty https://t.co/pm0INsyUXA"

“Our panel @SusanLiTV @HithaHerzog @MelissaArmo discusses U.S.-China trade tensions and their impact on the markets https://t.co/muta7bwc5B”

Neil Cavuto on Twitter: "Our panel @SusanLiTV @HithaHerzog @MelissaArmo discusses U.S.-China trade tensions and their impact on the markets… "

“Interviewed on Fox Business w Neil Cavuto abt trade war w China, taxes/spending & Russia investigation https://t.co/99jnFU9hUx”

ChuckGrassley on Twitter: "Interviewed on Fox Business w Neil Cavuto abt trade war w China, taxes/spending & Russia investigation https://t.co/99jnFU9hUx"

The euro slid against the dollar on Tuesday after Italy’s deputy prime minister said the country is ready to break European Union budget rules on debt levels if necessary to spur employment.The euro slid against the dollar on Tuesday after Italy’s deputy prime minister ...

Italian concerns weigh down euro, dollar buoyed by trade hopes - Reuters

BEIJING (Sputnik) – The People's Bank of China said on Tuesday it had decided to devalue the yuan's exchange rate to the US dollar by 0.6 percent amid the ongoing trade war with the United States.BEIJING (Sputnik) – The People's Bank of China said on Tuesday it had decided to devalue the yuan's exchange rate to the US dollar by 0.6 percent amid the ongoing trade war with the United States.

Chinese Central Bank Devalues Yuan by 0.6% as Trade War With US Heats Up - Sputnik International

BEIJING (Sputnik) – The People's Bank of China said on Tuesday it had decided to devalue the yuan's exchange rate to the US dollar by 0.6 percent amid the ongoing trade war with the United States.BEIJING (Sputnik) – The People's Bank of China said on Tuesday it had decided to devalue the yuan's exchange rate to the US dollar by 0.6 percent amid the ongoing trade war with the United States.

Chinese Central Bank Devalues Yuan by 0.6% as Trade War With US Heats Up - Sputnik International

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China has retaliated against the US tariffs, but only mildly. We believe China could take a more aggressive stance towards the US if it wanted. M...China has retaliated against the US tariffs, but only mildly. We believe China could take a more aggressive stance towards the US if it wanted. M...

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If China dumps its US Treasury holdings it would limit its ability to manage the yuan during this crucial time, and that's just where the pain starts.If China dumps its US Treasury holdings it would limit its ability to manage the yuan during this crucial time, and that's just where the pain starts.

China's threat to sell US Treasurys would backfire catastrophically - Business Insider

TOKYO: China's offshore yuan hit a fresh 2019 low early in Asia on Tuesday and the safe-haven yen remained supported as a fresh escalation in Sino-U.S. trade tensions hit sentiment, with each country raising tariffs on the other's goods. TOKYO: China's offshore yuan hit a fresh 2019 low early in Asia on Tuesday and the safe-haven yen remained supported as a fresh escalation in Sino-U.S. trade tensions hit sentiment, with each country raising tariffs on the other's goods.

China's offshore yuan weakest since Dec after Beijing adds tariffs - Business News | The Star Online

The Chinese yuan tumbled more than 1.1% on Monday, on track to log its biggest daily loss versus the greenback in nearly four years, after trade relations...The Chinese yuan tumbled more than 1.1% on Monday, on track to log its biggest daily loss versus the greenback in nearly four years, after trade relations...

China’s yuan on track for worst day in nearly 4 years as trade war escalates - MarketWatch

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [SHANGHAI] Chinese stocks fell on Tuesday as the tariff war between Washington and Beijing escalated though losses were contained after conciliatory comments from US President Donald Trump and amid suspected state-backed buying of equities. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES Global - [SHANGHAI] Chinese stocks fell on Tuesday as the tariff war between Washington and Beijing escalated though losses were contained after conciliatory comments from US

China: Stocks stumble on tariff escalation, state buying seen, Stocks - THE BUSINESS TIMES

The safe-haven yen firmed slightly and the Chinese yuan and Australian dollar dipped on Monday, after the latest escalation in the trade war between the United States and China. The world's two biggest economies appeared at a deadlock over trade negotiations on Sunday as Washington demanded promises of concrete changes…

Yen firms but yuan, Australian dollar slip as U.S.-China trade war heats up - Japan Today