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At 04:00 (GMT+2), data on Q4 China's gross domestic product (GDP) will be released. It is the main indicator reflecting the state of the national economy, considering domestic consumption, investment, government spending, and exports. The indicator is expected to correct from 3.9% to –0.8% QoQ and from 3.9% to 1.8% YoY, which could negatively affect the yuan. Read more

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