Renee Mu

Renee Mu

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Fundamental analysis, polices, China.
Renee Mu is a Currency Analyst for DailyFX. She holds a dual Bachelor degree in Economics and Pharmacy from Peking University, as well as a Master's degree in Finance from University of Illinois at Urbana. Applying this diverse background, Renee looks at different macro and micro themes in her fundamental analysis. As a bi-cultural professional, she has particular insight regarding her native country of China and focuses on the interplay between Chinese financial markets and government policy. She also inserts her knowledge of programming and technical skills into the mix of research.



Weekly Trading Forecast: A New Front on Trade Wars Will Test Risk Trends, Dollar

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Yuan Weakness to Persist on RRR Cut Bets, Trade War; Equity Losses May Ease

Both the Chinese Yuan and equities plunged this week. Looking forward, they may have different fates.

Yuan May Extend Losses Amid Weak Fundamentals, US-China Tariff Battles

Weak Chinese fundamentals and resumed US-China trade war have the Yuan at risk.

Weekly Trading Forecast: Trade Wars and Rate Decision Keep Traders on Edge

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Yuan Eyes on FOMC, China-US-North Korea Relations, Investment Gauge

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Weekly Trading Forecast: Trade War Threat in the Spotlight

Efforts to defuse the threat of a global trade war are likely to preoccupy financial markets in the week ahead, overshadowing economic data.

Weekly Forecast: Top Tier Data, Risk Aversion Portend Volatility

Financial markets may face breakneck volatility as a steady stream of heavy-duty scheduled event risk is compounded by wild swings in sentiment.

Yuan May Benefit from Capital Inflows, Trade Talks and Chinese PMI

Capital inflows could remain high around June 1, when A shares are officially included in MSCI indices; trade talks may solve some discrepancies; PMI gauges could boost the outlook of a sustainable r...

Weekly Forecast: FOMC Minutes, Powell Speech Keep Fed in Focus

Fed monetary policy remains in focus for financial markets as minutes from May’s FOMC meeting and a speech from Fed Chair Powell cross the wires.

Yuan May Gain Ahead of MSCI Inclusion; Risk from Trade Disputes Remains

In less than two weeks, Chinese A-shares will be officially added to MSCI indices, which will likely boost the demand in the Yuan. At the same time, China may find more mutual interests with Germany ...

Weekly Trading Forecast: BOE, RBNZ Compete with Fed for Attention

Financial markets preoccupied with the direction of Fed monetary policy will have to make room for rate decisions form the RBNZ and the BOE in the week ahead.

Yuan May Lose on Weak Exports, Gain on Warmer China-Japan Relations

The Chinese Yuan may face a mixed impact from the unsolved US-China trade discrepancies and a reset in China-Japan ties.

Fed Meeting, US Jobs Data Headline Action-Packed Trading Week

Financial markets are bracing for an action-packed trading week headlined by the Fed monetary policy announcement and April’s US jobs data.

Yuan Torn Between US-China Political Alliance and Trade Disputes

The US- China relationship has been a top driver to the Dollar/Yuan; it will likely continue to have a mixed development. At the same time, the Yuan faces risks from domestic policies and the economi...

Weekly Trading Forecast: Can Key Events like China GDP Cut Through Political Risk Volatility?

Can key event risk like China GDP or the BoC rate decision offer clarity to counter the general uncertainty of political risk?

Yuan Risk Remains Elevated amid US, China Seeking Trade Allies, 1Q GDP

US-China tariffs attacks may be on hold, but each party has begun to bring in allies. Also, China will release the first quarter GDP, having the Yuan at risk from home.

Weekly Trading Forecast: Trade Wars Rise Again, How will World Fare?

Just as it seemed the markets were settling from their fears over escalating trade wars, the flames were fanned to close the week. How will risk trends evolve into the coming week amid regular data f...

Yuan at Risk amid US-China Tariff Attacks, Multilateral Trade Disputes

The US-China trade war will continue to drive Yuan moves. In addition, it seems that more countries have joined the battles.

A War to Trade More, Not Less - What’s Behind US-China Tariffs

A look at the background of US-China trade relations and where significant trade flows occur will help form a basis of understanding for a potential trade war.

China’s Trade Stance, Possible Moves against US, and Impact to USD/CNH

Here is what China says about the trade war and how it could react next.