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  • How freely tradable is the Chinese yuan?

    The renminbi does not need to be completely freely tradable to meet the "freely usable" criteria set by the IMF, explains Becky Liu, senior rates strategist at Standard Chartered Bank.

  • *China's yuan strengthened by IMF decision. NEW YORK, Nov 30- The dollar pared gains after hitting an 8-1/ 2- month high against major currencies on Monday, while the prospect of further European Central Bank stimulus dragged the euro, and oil futures fell on worries about a growing supply glut. "There's apprehension on the part of investors to make any big...

  • *Dollar up 4 percent vs euro, 2 percent vs yen in November. NEW YORK, Nov 30- The dollar edged up against major currencies on Monday, on expectations for further stimulus from the European Central Bank in what has been a strong month for the greenback. Sireen Haraji, currency strategist at Mizuho Corporate Bank in New York, added that secondary factors, including the...

  • The dollar reached an 8 1/2-month high on Monday, as the prospect of further stimulus from the European Central Bank drove the euro lower.

  • CHINESE CENTRAL BANK SAYS WELCOMES ADDITION OF YUAN INTO IMF CURRENCY BASKET AS ENDORSEMENT OF CHINA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REFORM.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 30- The International Monetary Fund on Monday, as expected, admitted China's yuan into its benchmark currency basket in a victory for Beijing's campaign for recognition as a global economic power. The IMF executive board's decision to add the yuan, also known as the renminbi, to the Special Drawing Rights basket alongside the dollar, euro, pound...

  • Does the IMF yuan move make Chinese stocks more attractive?

    CNBC's Seema Mody explains why some experts are taking the IMF's vote of confidence for the yuan as a signal to buy Chinese stocks.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 30- The International Monetary Fund on Monday admitted China's yuan into its benchmark currency basket in a victory for Beijing's campaign for recognition as a global economic power. The IMF's executive board agreed to add the yuan, also known as the renminbi, to its Special Drawing Rights basket alongside the dollar, euro, pound sterling and yen,...

  • IMF adds yuan to international currency basket

    The IMF is adding China's yuan to its international currency basket, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.

  • Yuan leapfrogs yen in IMF's international currency basket

    The IMF is adding China's yuan to its international currency basket, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 30- The International Monetary Fund on Monday admitted China's yuan into its benchmark currency basket in a win for Beijing's campaign for recognition as a global economic power. The IMF's executive board agreed to add the yuan, also known as the renminbi, to its Special Drawing Rights basket alongside the dollar, euro, pound sterling and yen, in a...

  • *Dollar up modestly against major currencies. *U.S. economic, housing data disappoints; dollar bulls not fazed. NEW YORK, Nov 30- The dollar gained marginally against major currencies on Monday as expectations for further stimulus this week from the European Central Bank drove the euro to its lowest since April.

  • China joining the SDR

    The IMF will meet to discuss a proposal to include China's yuan, or renminbi, in a group of currencies that make up the basket of the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDR). Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman, provides perspective on the impact of the decision.

  • Yuan currency China

    The Chinese currency could soon become the latest one to join the IMF's elite basket of currencies making up its Special Drawing Rights. Confused? Watch this explainer!

  • Milestone for Beijing

    The IMF is expected to announce China's yuan will join the fund's group of international basket of reserve currencies, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.

  • LONDON, Nov 30- The dollar reached an 8 1/ 2- month high against a basket of currencies on Monday, as the prospect of further stimulus this week from the European Central Bank drove the euro to its lowest since April. Before the expected announcement of its joining the IMF's basket of reserve currencies, China's yuan gained around 0.4 percent offshore amid talk of...

  • CORRECTED- CHINA RQFII QUOTA 436.53 BLN YUAN AT END-NOV- FX REGULATOR.

  • Is there a risk for further yuan devaluation?

    It will be difficult for China to push for further yuan devaluation without causing the same wave of volatility in August, says Richard Yetsenga, head of global markets research at ANZ, China.

  • Investing in Chinese markets is too risky: Investor

    China's market is volatile and not very well regulated, but that is just the cost of doing business in China, explains Nathan Bell, head of research at Peters MacGregor Capital Management.

  • 'China sees yuan SDR inclusion as badge of honor'

    The key question is what will the Chinese yuan inclusion into the SDR basket mean for markets. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.