The yuan continues to decline, the Japanese yen increases

The Chinese yuan continues to decline on Wednesday morning in Asia with the decision of the China Central Bank (PBOC) to assign rates at a lower level even though that country has brought the open market back into operation.

On Wednesday, PBOC fixed the reference rate for the NDT at 6.8546 versus the 6.8488 on Tuesday.

After having 15 days off, China open market has already pumped 60 billion CNY liquidity.

The NDT fell in comparison to the dollar since May 4 and has lost about 9% since then. A weaker NDT can reduce the effect of U.S. tax rates being imposed on Chinese commodities.

Original Governor PBOC, Zhou Xiaochuan, said at the Western Business Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok, Russia, that the U.S. excessive use of financial sanctions can push people to the NDT.

President Donald Trump has threatened that he would impose a tax of 200 billion in China's cargo, showing widely accepted procedures of opinion and he is considering a tax imposed on US $267 billion of Chinese cargo.

With the above tariffs, Chinese goods will become more expensive in the U.S. and a weaker NDT will make the goods cheaper.

The USD/CNY rate is 6.8742, up 0.03% at 11:00PM ET (0300GMT).

PBOC and other organs are taking steps to support the NDT dong. In August, they brought back an inverse factor in the exchange of rates after 5% off in 2 months.

The Japanese yen grew in the fourth morning against the dollar at a rate of USD/JPY, which decreased 0.17% to 111.46. On 10/9, Japan published the quarterly economic growth figures 2 with a number of five%, the fastest level for 2 years.

The Australian dollar also raises prices at a price of AUD/USD 0.29 and 0.7099.

The Indian Rupee continues to decline against the dollar. The USD/INR rate rose 0.21% to 72,705. The Rupee took 12% over the dollar this year.

The investor will monitor the decision on the policy of the Central Bank of England and the European bank on Thursday.

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