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President Obama – Yuan Currency Manipulation, China RMB Rate

U.S. Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd responds to reporters concerning his expectation of what President elect Obama will do concerning the China Yuan currency manipulation.

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In June of 2007, despite pressure from the US Congress, the Bush administration refused acknowledge and cite China as a country that manipulates its currency to gain unfair trade advantages. Yet that finding was quickly challenged by a group of senators who said they would introduce legislation to make it easier for the United States to pursue economic sanctions against China for allowing its currency to rise in value more quickly against the dollar.

American manufacturers contend that China is undervaluing its currency by as much as 40 percent. Contributing to a recession and an unprecedented jobless rate in America, China yuan currency manipulation has produced a massive US-China trade gap exceeding an all-time high of $232.6 billion, one-third of America’s record deficit of $758.5 billion last year.

Expect a majority Democratic Congress and President elect Obama to take aggressive action against China for manipulating their currency and artificially keeping the yuan and RMB rate. The time for change has come and it will begin in the global economy as President Obama applies pressure with his economic team on countries like China who have manipulated their currency, held the yuan down, to profit handsomely at the expense of the U.S. economy.

The Obama administration will not mirror the passivity an complacency of the Bush administration, but rather take aggressive action to remedy the global market injustices and create a level playing field for all in the international markets. That being said, when the strategic economic dialogue is unveiled, as President Obama takes office on January 20. 2009, expect immediate pressure on China and Japan to stop the manipulation of their currencies.

China’s currency hit a new high against the American dollar on in June of 2007 when the United States’ congress began to increasingly demand China increase the value of the yuan more quickly. Once the People’s Bank of China complied and set the midpoint at 7.6282, the minute trading started the 7.63 barrier was instantly broken for the first time since China ended the peg to the US dollar in July 2005.

Although the China yuan is currently allowed to move 0.5 percent up or down the midpoint in a day, expect more pressure to be applied from the Obama administration and Washington upon China in the coming months. This will translate into record highs for those investing in China yuan, as its artificially low valuations break free and begin to rise to all-time highs.

Expect U.S. lawmakers, Chris Dodd, and the Obama administration to put unprecedented pressure on China to stop manipulating their currency and let the yuan rise to all-time highs. Once the controls on the yuan are lifted, the yuan a.k.a. RMB will hit record highs.

That being said, a very safe and wise long-term investment is the China yuan given the fact China holds over $1 trillion of U.S. debt and manufactures countless goods and products bought throughout America by salivating consumers lusting for Chinese items.

For more than half a century, US labor-intensive industry has mostly shifted overseas. Take the shoe industry for example. In 1976, in the US market 53 pairs of shoes per 100 pairs were domestically made. That figure dropped to 22 pairs in 1986; 11 pairs in 1996; and only only one and half pairs per 100 were domestically made in 2006.
Now, 98.5 percent of the shoes worn by Americans are imported. In 2005, the US imported 1.8 billion pairs of various kinds of shoes from China. The average American wore six pairs of shoes made in China.

American lawmakers are adamantly calling for punitive action against China if it fails to take faster action to let the yuan rise. Once President elect Obama enters the White House, expect immediate action against China to ensure compliance and a release of the yuan from captivity and Chinese governmental intervention.

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Foreign Currency Exchange Swap Lines – What Central Banks are Whispering?

In response to continued strains in short-term funding markets, Central Banks across the world have coordinated actions to significantly expand the capacity to provide U.S. dollar liquidity. Central banks publicly commit to continue to work together closely and say they are prepared to take appropriate steps as needed to address funding pressures.

This should serve to drive up the value of the dollar on the short-term (for a month or so) until fear and panic eventually take hold and Central Banks one by one begin dumping dollars.

That being said, there are some short-term possible gains for those who invest in the dollar and substantial long-term gains for those who sell dollars while they are high and opt to invest and protect their savings in strong currencies such as the Euro and Chinese yuan. Of course a safe haven for consumers and investors with less intestinal fortitude would be gold.

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The U.S. Federal Reserve announced several initiatives to support financial stability and to maintain a stable flow of credit to the economy during this period of significant strain in global markets.

The Fed commits to continue to adapt these liquidity facilities as necessary and will keep them in place as long as circumstances require.

Actions by the Federal Reserve include:  (1) an increase in the size of the 84-day maturity Term Auction Facility (TAF) auctions to $75 billion per auction from $25 billion beginning with the October 6 auction, (2) two forward TAF auctions totaling $150 billion that will be conducted in November to provide term funding over year-end, and (3) an increase in swap authorization limits with the Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, Danmarks Nationalbank (National Bank of Denmark), European Central Bank (ECB), Norges Bank (Bank of Norway), Reserve Bank of Australia, Sveriges Riksbank (Bank of Sweden), and Swiss National Bank to a total of $620 billion, from $290 billion previously.

These steps are being undertaken in an attempt to mitigate pressures evident in the term funding markets both in the United States and abroad.  The Federal Reserve’s actions are desiring to reassure financial market participants that financing will be available against good collateral, which they hope will lessen concerns about funding and rollover risk.

84-Day Maturity TAF Auctions
The increase to $75 billion per auction will triple the supply of 84-day maturity credit to $225 billion from $75 billion.  TAF credit at the 28-day maturity will remain at $75 billion.  The total amount of TAF credit available in the 28-day and 84-day auction cycles will double to $300 billion from $150 billion.

Foreign Exchange Swap Lines
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) has authorized a $330 billion expansion of its temporary reciprocal currency arrangements (swap lines).  This increased capacity will be available to provide funding for U.S. dollar liquidity operations by the other central banks.  The FOMC has authorized increases in all of the temporary swap facilities with other central banks.  These larger facilities will now support the provision of U.S. dollar liquidity in amounts of up to $30 billion by the Bank of Canada, $80 billion by the Bank of England, $120 billion by the Bank of Japan, $15 billion by Danmarks Nationalbank, $240 billion by the ECB, $15 billion by the Norges Bank, $30 billion by the Reserve Bank of Australia, $30 billion by the Sveriges Riksbank, and $60 billion by the Swiss National Bank.  As a result of these actions, the total size of outstanding swap lines is $620 billion.

All of the temporary reciprocal swap facilities have been authorized through April 30, 2009.

Dollar funding rates abroad have been elevated relative to dollar funding rates available in the United States, reflecting a structural dollar funding shortfall outside of the United States.  The increase in the amount of foreign exchange swap authorization limits will enable many central banks to increase the amount of dollar funding that they can provide in their home markets.  This should help to improve the distribution of dollar liquidity around the globe. Whether the value of the dollar holds on the long term against inflation and deflation however is highly unlikely.

That being said, there are some short-term possible gains for those who invest in the dollar and substantial long-term gains for those who sell dollars while they are high and opt to invest and protect their savings in strong currencies such as the Euro and Chinese yuan. A more cautious and safe route for consumers and investors is also found in the safe haven of gold.

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