The China-US trade disputes have significantly influe

enced the renminbi’s performance, said Wang Shengzu, co-head of Investment Strategy Group Asia Goldman Sachs.

But the currency is unlikely to slip out of a reasonable range, assuming there is no big shock from the trade talks, Wang said.

As a sound base for a stable renminbi, “the Chinese economy has shown sig

ns of bouncing up, shown by the faster-than-expected growth of industrial output, ret

ail sales, and credit in the first quarter, and this means that economic activity is improving with supportive pol

icies”, said Wang.Liu Shiyu, China’s former top securities regulator, was under investigation for alleged violations of

the law, according to a statement Sunday from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

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