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Old 12.03.2019, 13:25
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Neither the Indian rupee or Chinese Yuan, have been particularly strong against Sterling but then don't let the truth get in the way of a good story. Remember that China is a huge exporter so having a strong currency will reduce local profits.
https://www.finanzen.net/devisen/bri...inbi_yuan-kurs

Maybe if you're looking only at recent development in the last month..

Try to hit that "MAX" (or even just 5 year) button, and you might want to rib your eyes again.

Till 2008 or so, you got approx 15 RMB per pound.

Then till about 2015 (with some +/- of course), about 10 RMB

Last year, around 8.5 to max. 9 RMB

But keep on labelling the complete opposite as "truth". The "President" of the United States does so as well..
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