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USD/CNH: U.S. Sanctions Hong Kong Officials, Chinese Yuan Sinks

USD/CNH: U.S. Sanctions Hong Kong Officials, Chinese Yuan Sinks

Thomas Westwater, Analyst

USD/CNH, Hong Kong, US-China Tensions Talking Points:

  • USD/CNH rises near 7.000 level Friday morning on Hong Kong Headlines
  • Chief Executive Carrie Lam sanctioned by the United States Treasury
  • U.S. stock indexes move lower as risk appetite recedes

The United States sanctioned Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam and other Hong Kong government officials Friday morning, sending USD/CNH near the 7.000 level. This latest move adds to the already tense stance in US-China relations as Trump took executive action earlier this week to ban business dealings between TikTok’s parent company and U.S. citizens.

USD/CNH 5-Min Price Chart

USD/CNH Price Chart

Source: IG Charts

Although tensions cooled earlier this year following the signing of the phase-one trade deal, rhetoric picked up once again as China’s actions in Hong Kong garnered condemnation from The United States. U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said that the move by the United States sends a message that the actions taken by Hong Kong’s government officials are not acceptable. China has yet to officially respond to the latest move.

Looking at U.S. equities, the key stock indexes reacted negatively to the news, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones down 0.12% and 0.27%, respectively. This follows a better than expected jobs report, which revealed the U.S. unemployment rate dropping to 10.2%, with 1.7 million jobs added. A potential response from the Chinese government could potentially be delivered in the coming days, which could further spur risk-aversion.

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