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Pegging the Yuan

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    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    Supply and demand play an essential role in how the market will react.If the Chinese central bank keeps printing money to trade for dollars it just feeding a problem without finding a better solution.

    Abdul Kareem M.
    SA
    Abdul Kareem M.

    What will be the final outcome of the Chinese economy if they keep exporting goods to other countries without equally importing goods from other countries as well?

    Neil V.
    GB
    Neil V.

    very interesting thanks so much!!!

    Marc T.
    US
    Marc T.

    yes very well explained

    Navya W.
    IN
    Navya W.

    why does the Chinese government have to buy dollars with the new yuan that they print?

    Innocent M.
    ZA
    Innocent M.

    the yuan was a fixed exchange because the Chinese government wanted to have an easy trade between most countries that uses the dollar as a means of exchange when exporting and importing good.the Chinese pegged the yuan to stabilize their currency .

    Grace R.
    US
    Grace R.

    All of this makes so much sense.. I studied for the series 3 and follow world economics daily and though this is basic knowledge it still opens my eyes even more.

    Edwin L.
    PH
    Edwin L.

    the peg in the yuan brings currency rate stabilisation, providing measures for a fixed value exchange

    Amr E.
    EG
    Amr E.

    i will watch the next video to know how thank you its very important

    Henry A.
    GH
    Henry A.

    does the US not also show up in defending their internationally cheaper prices of their goods

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