Goldman Sachs: Funds getting out of Yuan at a faster pace

Goldman Sachs’ economists published its latest note on the Chinese capital outflow, noting the following:

China's net capital outflows accelerated in March to $13 billion ($7bn in February, and monthly average of $55bn in H2 of 2016)

Funds getting out of Yuan at a faster pace


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