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US Declines to Name China a Currency Manipulator

US Declines to Name China a Currency Manipulator

The US has decided not to name China a currency manipulator, even describing PBoC intervention as "limited” in this reporting period.
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Strong US Data did Little for the USD

Strong US Data did Little for the USD

Strong data in industrial production, jobs and housing market did little for the USD
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US Treasury to Release Semi-Annual FX Report

US Treasury to Release Semi-Annual FX Report

There are concerns that trade tensions could further escalate if China is named a currency manipulator.
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Estimating the Impact of US Auto Tariffs

Estimating the Impact of US Auto Tariffs

Citi’s baseline is that the US could announce tariffs on auto imports, and not on auto parts but with temporary exemptions for trade partners with which trade talks are ongoing
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Global Market Sell-off: Is This An Opportunity?

Global Market Sell-off: Is This An Opportunity?

Citi believes last week’s stock sell-off is following the course of many routine corrections that have been followed by recoveries, which could be an attractive opportunity for investors as valuations recover.
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US/China Relations Remain Center of Attention

US/China Relations Remain Center of Attention

Sentiment has been helped by reports that the US Treasury Department staff has recommended China is not a currency manipulator, ahead of the much-anticipated US Treasury Currency Report
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