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China Aims to Cool Yuan’s Surge By Reducing Cost of Shorting

(Bloomberg) -- China’s policy makers acted to restrain a rally in the yuan by removing rules that made betting against the currency expensive.Financial institutions will no longer need to set aside cash when purchasing foreign exchange for clients throu
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