The currency wars

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The currency wars

In increasingly desperate attempts to bolster their economies, many of the world's central banks are following policies of money printing – so called 'quantitative easing' – and lowering interest rates, pushing down the value of their currencies. Here we examine why, what it means for you, and how you can profit.

The pound could soon face competition in the race to the bottom

The Bank of England’s failure to raise interest rates gave the pound a fillip. But with the race to the bottom still on, it faces stiff competition from the rest of the world’s currencies.

Can China succeed in defending the yuan?

China burned through $100bn of its foreign-exchange reserves last month trying to prop up its currency, the yuan.

Sweden lets rip another salvo in the currency wars

Sweden’s Riksbank has pushed interest rates further into negative territory. How long is it before the rest of the world’s central banks follow suit?

The return of the currency wars – now it’s Draghi’s turn

The currency wars are back on. And Mario Draghi has just fired a warning shot in the next round. John Stepek explains what’s going on, and how it affects you.

The Fed wants a weaker US dollar – here’s what that means for your money

The US dollar has a huge influence on the global economy – a stronger dollar makes life harder for just about everyone. John Stepek looks at what this means.

China panic sweeps the world – here's what that means for you

Plunging Chinese stocks have sent shockwaves around the world. Andrew Van Sickle looks at what that means for your money.

With interest rates so low, we’re in for a nasty surprise

If another recession comes our way with interest rates at current levels, central bankers will have to get really radical, says John Stepek.

How much further will the yuan fall – and what does it mean for you?

As the yuan continues to fall, John Stepek explains why China wants a weaker currency, what it means for the world economy – and how it affects you.

The return of the currency wars – now China’s joined in

The devaluation of the renminbi could mean more countries joining the ‘race to the bottom’. John Stepek looks at what’s behind the yuan’s fall, and what it means for investors.

The best ways to profit from the euro crash

With ECB money-printing and low interest rates, the euro is crashing spectacularly. John Stepek looks at what it means for your investments, and how you can profit.

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