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China raises banks' FX requirements to rein in yuan

Move comes after currency hits three-year high against dollar

China's central bank has taken action to curb the yuan's appreciation.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI (Reuters) -- China's central bank has directed financial institutions to hold more foreign exchange in reserve, a move that analysts say could help temper a rally in the yuan after the currency hit a three-year high against the dollar on Monday.

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