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Currency war, also known as competitive devaluations, is a condition in international affairs ..... With the global economy doing well, China was able to abandon its dollar peg in 2005, ... Reuters ...

Who Would Win a Currency War? No One - Bloomberg View


Aug 16, 2016 ... The benefits of a cheaper currency don't extend as far as they once did. ... yuan rattled global markets and prompted fears of a global currency war. ... from foreign savers, as the value of those securities falls in dollar terms.

Currency War Archives - DollarCollapse.com


Mar 27, 2016 ... Welcome To The Currency War, Part 22: China Devaluation Watch ... The story went like this: China had borrowed tens of trillions of dollars in response .... But in the short run, for every loser there's a winner, in the form of […].

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Did the Fed Just Enter the Currency Wars? - Bloomberg


Feb 18, 2015 ... “The stronger dollar is de facto tightening,” said Greg Peters, a senior investment ... a knock-on effect that analysts have called a currency war.

Currency Wars - Bloomberg QuickTake - Bloomberg View


Feb 10, 2015 ... When other nations retaliate, it ignites a currency war. ... Whether intentional or not, these unspoken currency wars still create peril — and real winners and ... increase in almost a decade pushed the dollar higher against all 16 ...