After a two-month stretch of calm, worries over China are seeping back into the foreign-exchange market, according to The Wall Street Journal. Global markets were roiled by volatility early this year and in August 2015 as investors feared that China’s economy was slowing and its tightly-controlled currency faced devaluation, but eased early this year. However, weak data out of China have brought growth concerns back to the forefront for investors, and strong U.S. economic reports lifted the U.S. dollar and put downward pressure on the yuan. Investors say they are adjusting their portfolios to prepare for more China-driven volatility.
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