The Chinese Central Bank reported yesterday that the Yuan depreciated 599 points against the US dollar after the Brexit. The average exchange rate of the Yuan was set at 6.6375 to the dollar. This is the biggest drop since August 13.
The United Kingdom’s decision to withdraw from the EU had a negative impact on many global markets and caused the Yuan to fall sharply.
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