August 2015

China’s central bank devalues the yuan 2 per cent – biggest drop since 1994 - in wake of stock market crash

China’s central bank devalued the yuan on Tuesday, setting the daily mid point yuan trading price a record 1.86 per cent weaker at 6.2298 to the US dollar in the clearest sign yet the government may let the currency soften after worsening economic data and a stuttering stock market.

Time to Crack Down on Chinese Hacking

"To date, the Chinese have had no reason to cease, or at least to curb, cyberattacks on the U.S. government. It’s time for Washington to give them one."