April 17, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Update, Japanese Manufacturing Losses, Retail Sales Up, and More
WSJ: The yuan will now be able to move 1% up or down against the dollar.
AP: In another sign of China’s wealth, rising sales of Burberry are felt in the company’s headquarters.
WSJ: There’s still a lot standing in the way of economic growth.
NYT: Japanese manufacturing is departing, and the country is facing stark choices.
WSJ: What can we learn from the recent GDP data from China?
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