The People's Bank of China on Thursday set the daily fixing for the yuan at 7.0039 yuan per US dollar, weaker than the 7-per-USD level for the first time since 2008 global financial crisis.
Investors are closely watching the number for signals after the currency slid past the key psychological 7-yuan-per-dollar level on Monday for the first time in a decade, which prompted the Trump administration to label Beijing a currency manipulator for . . .
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