As the yuan, or renminbi (RMB), recently passed the Japanese yen to become the world’s fourth most-used payment currency, it’s worth taking stock of how far the RMB has come, its future growth path and what this means for investors.
China has been headline news once again following slowing growth and the mini-devaluation of its currency. Volatility in financial markets has risen, but what happens now and how should investors react?
The latest Schroders Live event, hosted by FT Associate Editor Wolfgang Munchau, saw Rory Bateman, Johanna Kyrklund, Gareth Isaac and Matthew Dobbs discuss the recent economic shock in China and the impact of slower growth on the global economy.
Structural worries on a number of fronts have sparked sharp falls in Asian stocks.
Marcus Brookes, Head of Multi-Manager, takes a look at what triggered China's stockmarket gains and the subsequent weakness.
While China has defied the sceptics for now, we do not see much in the data to encourage us about the economy’s future.
The liquidity-driven rally in the China market has finally ended with a crash. Here, we analyse what has happened and what may lie ahead.
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