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China FX trading moves into shadows as Beijing tightens screws

HONG KONG, May 9 The Chinese central bank's clampdown on bearish yuan speculators that stunted offshore trading has actually inadvertently injected brand-new life into the drowsy non-deliverable forwards (NDF) market. Over-the-counter NDFs, which became sidelined after China started promoting the deliverable overseas yuan market 6 years ago, are a less dangerous channel now for hedge funds to bank on yuan/dollar volatility, traders said.

And more unpredictable everyday midpoint repairing - since individual's Bank of China (PBOC) suggested it would manage the exchange rate within a trade-weighted basket of currencies - have actually likewise assisted to rekindle activity in the shadowy but deep markets of NDFs traded internationally, benefitting banks and companies who do company in China and require alternative methods to hedge currency direct exposure.Larger use of NDFs, however, will be an obstacle for those hoping offshore yuan will quicken the internationalization of the renminbi.

" The dollar/yuan NDF market is becoming more appealing to speculators such as hedge funds nowadays as there's no reserve bank intervention there and it's simpler for them to bank on the yuan's motion," said Wang Ju, a senior strategist at HSBC in Hong Kong.

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China June data to show weak trade, more drop in FX reserves

A flurry of information from China in coming weeks is anticipated to show continued weak point in trade and investment, slow industrial output and another drop in foreign reserves, reinforcing views that Beijing will present more financial support measures quickly.

Weak factory studies and increased economic unpredictability following Britain's vote to leave the European Union have added to views that authorities will ramp up fiscal stimulus and ease monetary policy by cutting rate of interest and banks' reserve requirements in coming months. Reuters reported on Thursday that the People's Bank of China (PBOC) also would tolerate a fall in the yuan to as low as 6.8 per dollar in 2016 to support the economy, if it did not activate a reaction from significant trading partners.

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Banks Keep Cutting Currency Traders as Volatility No Task Saver

As banks around the globe cut sales and trading jobs in an effort to reduce expenses, the bloodletting in foreign exchange is showing to be amongst the deepest and most agonizing.

The world's 12 biggest banks cut front-office currency staff by 5 percent in 2015, extending a pattern that s seen them lower foreign-exchange headcount by more than a quarter since 2010, according to Coalition Development Ltd., a London-based carrier of research and analytics for the financial industry. Layoffs among foreign-exchange traders in 2014 outmatched those in equities, business finance and advisory, and fixed earnings, currencies and commodities trading broadly.

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