SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s central bank on Monday lifted its official yuan midpoint more than expected to 6.8508 per dollar after it re-introduced a counter-cyclical factor to its daily fixing mechanism to support the currency.
Monday’s official yuan midpoint
The guidance rate was also 127 pips higher than Reuters’ estimate of 6.8635 per dollar.
China’s central bank said on Friday that it was adjusting its methodology for fixing the yuan’s daily midpoint in order to keep the currency market stable, amid broad dollar strength and ongoing trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.
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