Why China Devalued Its Currency

China devalued its currency Monday amid signs that the country’s economy—the world’s second-largest—continues to slow down. The People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank, set the value of the yuan nearly 2 percent weaker against the dollar. The devaluation was the currency’s biggest depreciation since China’s modern exchange-rate system was set up in 1994.

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