All articles on yuan appreciation

Dollar Lending Jumps on Tightening RMB Credit and Appreciation Expectations
With RMB loans tightening, foreign currency loans are surging. As the foreign currency credit is not included in RMB lending scale control, they have become a new financing channel. ...
October 28th,2009
Are There Advantages to Governor Zhou Xiaochuan's Dollar-Peg Exit?
Perhaps, what Governor Zhou is really saying is that China's policy needs to shift from favoring an increase in its foreign exchange reserves to increasing the purchasing power of it currency.
yuan appreciation;Zhou Xiaochuan;PBOC;peg March 10th,2010
In Looming Currency War, China Can No Longer Take US Business Support for Granted
US companies in China are feeling a chill on their business interests along with the political heat.
yuan appreciation;currency war;China-US March 22nd,2010
Yuan Appreciation Never More Necessary or Better for China
The Chinese government should well see by now that appreciation better serves China's economic and political interests.
yuan appreciation;protectionism;rmb March 26th,2010
Too-Rapid Q1 Growth Makes the Case for Interest Rate Hike, Yuan Appreciation
Once the tone has been set that the economy is at risk of overheating, decision makers will be seriously considering interest rate hikes, or yuan appreciation, or both.
overheating;appreciation;rate hike April 12nd,2010
Why China is Right on the Renminbi
Chinese policymakers have been waiting to see whether the recovery in the US is real. If it is, China's exports will grow more rapidly. And if its exports grow more rapidly, they can allow the renminbi to rise.
yuan appreciation;rmb;renminbi April 25th,2010