IMF defers renminbi reserve decision; Devaluations losing firepower
Strong Swiss franc gloom deepens for exporters
Weak euro unlikely to have significant impact on Euro Area growth
IMF critical of Swiss franc-euro ceiling decision
Swiss franc surge squeezes eastern European homeowners
Quick guide to what’s happened to the Swiss franc
Euro falls to nine-year low as US dollar rises
Russia sells reserves to support rouble
China set to name Frankfurt as yuan/ renminbi trading hub
Markets: Bank of Russia raises rates as ruble resiles in response to Putin recklessness
Internationalisation of China's renminbi
Markets: Bank of Japan responds to falling confidence; Falling demand for human Fx traders
Swiss inch towards renminbi hub dream
China's exposure to debt of US public and private sectors
Dr. Peter Morici: Pass the China Currency Bill
Swiss National Bank seeks to stall “massive overvaluation” of the franc
Firms unprepared for emerging currency and regulatory risks says Economist Intelligence Unit
Currency Wars: Real rate of China's currency against US dollar is now rising at annual rate of 10 to 12%
Dr. Peter Morici: The US trade deficit and the jobs drought
Markets News Tuesday: China’s foreign-exchange reserves rose to US$2.85trn in 2010 - - up from $769bn in 2005
Central bank governor warns of “death grip” on US dollar; Over 12 countries building reserves at double-digit annual rates
East Asia's strong recovery suggests it's time to cooperate on currencies
Dr. Peter Morici: Facing up to China
G-20 Summit: Emerging markets capital flows – how are the BRIC countries faring and coping?
Some of the largest countries are intervening in foreign exchange markets to weaken their currencies
Currency War: The guilt is not China’s alone - - Hans Werner-Sinn
IMF says US dollar is 'overvalued' on currency markets while China's yuan/renminbi is 'substantially undervalued'
China to continue with gradual exchange rate reforms says chief currency regulator
Markets News Monday: China's currency reserves may have risen by $48bn to $2.5trn in Q3 2010; Irish domestic banks owed ECB €68bn at end of September
IMF meeting fails to defuse global currency tensions