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Dear Valuable Reader,
Have you ever wondered which currencies receive the most trading action? The data for the following chart comes from a survey done every three years by the Bank of International Settlements (BIS).
Note that trading volume adds up to 200%, because each currency trade has a pairing.
The Chinese Yuan is now the 8th most traded currency in the world, for a total share of 4.0%.
That means its share has doubled since the 2013 BIS report:
But what is bitcoin’s trading volume like, relative to other currencies?
Bitcoin: In the last 30 days, about $3 billion of bitcoin has been traded, which averages out to $100 million per day.

Other Currencies:
The total amount of forex transactions per day is $5.1 trillion. The estimated daily turnover of just the Chinese yuan is $202 billion per day.
That means that the yuan has approximately 2,000x the volume traded of bitcoin, while total forex is 51,000x the size. In other words, bitcoin has a way to go to become one of the world’s most traded currencies.
Almost the traders in the world are trading now EUR/USD , which came in the 1st rank in 2016 for the most traded pair, by which reflects that it is the most volume of money fl…
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Illya 31 Mar.

Good!

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Vlad73 31 Mar.

good job

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FXRabbit 31 Mar.

Well written!

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Verona888 31 Mar.

Useful information!

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SikmaN 31 Mar.

Успехов!!!

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China’s second-quarter GDP soared at 6.7% slightly higher than the 6.6% growth rate analysts expected.
On the other hand, warnings over debt-fueled growth have become increasingly regular, which promptly caused S&P and Moody’s reaction, cutting the country’s sovereign credit outlook to negative in March:
  • China’s Credit Rating by Moody’s: Aa3; negative outlook; revised on Mar 02 2016;
  • China’s Credit Rating by S&P: AA-; negative outlook; revised on Mar 31 2016.
Bloomberg News [1] reported that current Chinese debt levels:
highlights concern among global investors that the ruling Communist Party will struggle to overhaul Asia’s
largest economy at a time when capital is flowing out of the country and debt levels have climbed to an
unprecedented 247 percent of gross domestic product - [regard chart 1 and infographic 1]

CHART 1 - China Total Debt as percentage of GDP (available on [1])

INFOGRAPHIC 1 - Credit in China (available on [7])

George Soros has already warned about China’s risks to the overall economic stability, meanwhile Chinese supporters argue that the country is different due to its sheer size and the ability of a one-party government to exert an unprecedented control over the economy.
There are evidences of st[/regard][/7][/1][/1]…
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marina2016 22 Aug.

Согласна с многими, здесь рассуждающими)

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Marenno 23 Aug.

good work!!!

Daniil_Stolnikov avatar

Интересная информация! Не следил последнее время за Китаем и не был в курсе про их проблемы! Что ж сейчас ситуация во всем мире не легкая, и Китай является одним из драйверов. Ситуация накаляется. Дело к выборам. Осенью ждём большущий ух!!! Кроме шуток

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Спасибо за информацию. Полезная статья. За Китаем следует посматривать. Он определить будущее, похоже...

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Olkiss70 31 Aug.

impressive

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1. Introduction.
Depuis mardi 19 avril 2016, l'opérateur des métaux précieux, le Shanghai Gold exchange dispose de son propre système de cotation de l'or libellé en yuan.Tout comme à Londres, le cours de l'or sera actualisé deux fois par jour. Participent au fixing; des banques d’État, des banques étrangères dont ANZ Bank, des compagnies minières chinoises, au total une petite vingtaine d'acteurs du marché fixeront le prix de l'or par le jeu de l'offre et de la demande. Le premier fixing affichait le gramme d'or à 256,92 yuans, soit 1.233,85 dollar l'once, au même moment il cotait 1.232,25 dollar à Londres.

2. Objectifs.

La Banque centrale chinoise a annoncé, en juin 2015, que ses réserves d'or étaient de 1.658 tonnes, soit une augmentation de 60 % depuis la dernière évaluation en 2009. La Chine détient ainsi la cinquième plus grande réserve d'or au monde avec en tête les États-Unis et ses 8.100 tonnes de métal jaune. Rappelons toutefois que la Réserve fédérale des États-Unis refuse un audit indépendant de ses stocks, que même les propriétaires d'or n'ont pas ce droit.
Faisant suite au lancement de l'or coté en Yuan, la Chine s'est engagé à publier chaque année le v…
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very good

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Milian 27 May

nice article!)

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williamb 28 May

very interesting

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Faster 29 May

Very good

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PipPoint 3 June

great

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Introduction.
En date du 30 novembre 2015, Le conseil d'administration du Fonds monétaire international (FMI) a approuvé l'entrée de la devise chinoise, le yuan, dans l'unité de compte des droits de tirages spéciaux (DTS).
Ce faisant, le FMI reconnaît pleinement la devise chinoise comme monnaie de référence mondiale. C'est pour Pékin une grande réussite politique en ces temps d’incertitude sur la croissance de son économie. Cette décision ne prendra effet qu'à l'automne 2016, le temps pour l'organisation d'inclure cette devise dans son unité de réserve. Le yuan rejoindra alors le dollar américain, l'Euro, le Yen et la Livre Sterling.
Nous analyserons dans cette article les raisons d'une telle décision et les perspectives pour la devise chinoise. Commençons avant tout par ventiler le nouveau panier de devises du FMI.
Les droits de tirages spéciaux.
Les droits de tirages spéciaux sont un instrument monétaire crée par le FMI en 1969 pour remplacer l'or dans les échanges internationaux. En effet et compte tenu de la croissance mondiale, l'or disponible se révéla insuffisant. Il est apparu alors nécessaire de créer un instrument pour augmenter la valeur de l'unité de …
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lelipuzik 20 Jan.

wow!

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Good

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good job!

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Methodman 21 Jan.

Analyse pertinente! Bon travail.

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miriam1313 21 Jan.

great article, will read and learn about yuan!

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What does the inclusion of the yuan in the number of reserve currencies mean for the world? In this article I would like to summarize some consequences and outcomes of that really important event in the world financial system which were expressed by the number of top-recognized financial experts throughout the world.
The effects are manifested only in the long term, but may prove to be very ambitious. As we know, on the 30th of November the Board of Directors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) decided to include the Chinese yuan in the calculation of the basket of special drawing rights (Special Drawing Rights - SDR). De facto, this means that the yuan is recognized as a reserve currency on a par with the dollar, euro, pound and yen. The decision was widely expected. Back in early November, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde sounded fund analyst recommendations on inclusion of the yuan in the SDR. Why is the Chinese government so strongly desired to see the yuan among reserve currencies? What will change after the actual inclusion in the October 1, 2016?
In August, when there was a sudden collapse of the yuan, many commentators considered this declaration currency war b…
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Skif 12 Jan.

отреагировала попыткой нанести удар по китайскому фондовому рынку.

Тут Вы немного забукждаетесь )) США смысла нет наносить удар по фондовому рынку Китая , фондовые рынки и пузыри идут рядом столько сколько существуют рынок акций . Бум рано или поздно завершается . И история чистильщика обуви и воротилы с Уолл-стрит и происходящее в Китае тому подтверждение . Согласитесь происходящее в Китае формировалось не один день ))) 

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Eldar 12 Jan.

Если смысл в этом или нет это уже вопрос из области лирики)
а то что они предприняли попытку  это сделать что бы увеличить курс Юаня это факт!
Китай в свою очередь ответил мерами монетарного регулирования и увеличением денежной массы своей национальной валюты,
с целью снижения курса и обеспечения конкурентоспособных цен на товары китайского экспорта.
Ну а то что пузыри формируется не один день и существуют  это понятно всем. Проблема в том что они сдуваются иногда в один день!)) и причем  внезапно!)
И кто  чей быстрей сумеет сдуть  тот и окажется на "коне"!

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Airmike 13 Jan.

nice article.

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Eldar 13 Jan.

Thank you.

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nice translation job by Eldar! maybe you should put the initial source weblink?

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Introduction
The global financial markets are in quandary and China is at the centre of it all. Like the epicentre of a massive earthquake the shocks are being felt far and wide, and like the eye of a storm, it is gathering momentum by the day.
This article looks at how the slowdown in the Chinese economy is affecting the global economies and financial markets with particular interest on how the traders in the various Dukascopy contests can trade the events. The Chinese economy grew an annual 6.9% in the third quarter of 2015 the weakest since first quarter of 2009.

GDP growth

China is the world’s most populous country, and is fast becoming a global economic powerhouse with an estimated GDP of USD 10.3 trillion in 2015. China's economy is now the world's second largest economy by nominal GDP and the world's largest economy by purchasing power parity according to the IMF. Until 2015 China was the world's fastest-growing major economy, with growth rates averaging 10% over 30 years. However the Chinese economy has been slowing down in 2015. At this juncture we should not that the Chinese economy is not in recession but the rate of economic growth has reduced.
Recent third qu…
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Rita1808 26 Oct.

good job!

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спасибо за интересную статью!

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Airmike 28 Oct.

nice article

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Margoshka 28 Oct.

interesting!

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Stix 29 Oct.

Thank you, llolor,... Very relevant and I enjoyed reading it. Best wishes ! :) :)

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It is crucial in FX markets for traders to choose currencies for trading and predict its future in order to be prepared from upcoming events. Azizbek Omorkulov.   With the fear of a global recession looming once again, it would seem that the lessons of a few years ago have not been learnt. The question is though which currency has the ability to replace the USD in case of the dramatic crisis in the US?  Considering the last discussions in Congress of the US regarding the debt ceiling of the country, we can assume that it can turned out to be that the US can meet default in nearest future. However nowadays we do not have a definite currency pretending to replace the USD as reserve currency in FX Markets. Therefore this article analyzes probability of different currencies to become a candidate to play the role of global reserve currency.  Extremely exciting currency for most of traders is EUR. Some traders may say that EUR can replace the USD as reserve currency. But we see that Eurozone have a lot of problems within its territory (Greece, Italy, Portugal), which sometimes become global from local size, because it can even lead to collapse of Euro…
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Livornese 15 Sep.

Good analysis and well written! One point from me :-)

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quantum_fx 19 Sep.

Good article! Keep writing!

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doctortyby 25 Sep.

Could it be JPY... I don't think so because ating Agencies downgraded Japan too... I strongly believe US dollar will not be replaced, not by any currencies, not by gold or silver (too dangerous)...+1 and keep writing

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ritesh 27 Sep.

Nice article buddy +1

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zumba 15 Nov.

I am not able to give a like! It's good article

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