Chinese renminbi (rmb)
More advanced-economy central banks would join Swiss National Bank and invest in onshore renminbi assets if the currency was included in SDR; SNB took four years to take plunge, says official
Insurers in Taiwan shun structured products amid low volatility and low interest rates, causing a drop in volumes of long-dated structured issuance
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China investors look to lock in profits in the face of declining yuan and are also aiming to substantially increase their global investment portfolios
Equity flows could impact offshore RMB but the movements are likely to be limited initially due to daily quota cap
Derivatives linked to the US dollar-renminbi exchange rate have been successful during the Chinese currency’s four-year rise. But now it is sliding, corporate users are looking at heavy losses and regional banks could face a big funding hit. Lukas Becker...
Dealers fear Taiwanese banks' sales of structured forwards to uncollateralised corporates will create funding burden as renminbi hits 18-month lows
Taifex set to become the third exchange globally to list RMB futures while Eurex expands its China footprint
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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