Markets resume rollercoaster ride on news that authorities more than doubled the funds it used to support the yuan during August to $93.9bn

Chinese stock markets tumbled again on Monday as it emerged that the Beijing authorities spent nearly $100bn last month propping up the yuan.

The $94bn (£61bn) fall in central bank reserves was the biggest on record, although in percentage terms it was the biggest for three years.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS