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Offshore Renminbi Trading: Findings from the 2013 BIS Triennial Central Bank Survey

Yin-Wong CheungAuthor-Workplace-Name: City University of Hong Kong and Matthew S. Yiu
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Matthew S. Yiu: Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research

No 142016, Working Papers from Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research

Abstract: Using foreign exchange transaction data reported in the Triennial Central Bank Survey by the Bank for International Settlements, we find that offshore renminbi (RMB) trading activity is affected by both the host economy¡¯s characteristics and its link with China. For instance, the occurrence of offshore RMB trading is determined by the economy¡¯s GDP, stage of financial development and free trade agreement with China. When an economy hosts offshore RMB trading, the trading volume is affected by the size of its foreign exchange market, equity market capitalisation, as well as the bilateral link with China through foreign direct investment flows.

Pages: 23 pages
Date: 2016-08
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