China's shadow banking complex is worrisome. But it compares favorably to the most recent U.S. credit boom in one regard.Scott Cendrowski, writer - Jan 30, 2014 1:00 PM ET
China's Yuan Finished 2013 at a record high to the U.S. Dollar. What's next?
FORTUNE -- What happened: Last year China's currency reached an all-time high against the dollar, gaining 3% to hit 6.05 yuan per dollar. It capped a nice eight-year run since 2005, when the currency finally dropped its strict peg to the dollar. Since then, the liberalized yuan has risen by 35%.
Why the rise?
The global economy grew, and Chinese exports MOREScott Cendrowski, writer - Jan 24, 2014 10:28 AM ET
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