Special Drawing Rights (SDR)
Renminbi and the special drawing rights
What next for the role of the Chinese currency in reserve management?
Dollar’s share of global reserves falls to 25-year low
Gradual decline may stem from currency diversification by emerging market central banks – IMF report
New ‘currency’ aims to tackle failings of predecessors
Saga sits between a stablecoin and crypto asset, designed by a team including former central bankers
IMF amends calculation of special drawing rights basket
Exchange rates for SDR will be obtained from a commercial provider by the Bank of England so the method is more “robust”
IMF approves renminbi's inclusion in SDR basket
On course to achieving reserve currency status
Lagarde supports RMB inclusion in SDR basket
IMF MD endorses inclusion after staff report deems the renminbi 'freely usable'
US softens rhetoric on renminbi ahead of SDR review
Treasury drops "significantly undervalued" reference
Renminbi internationalisation slightly delayed by stock market rout
Panellists at 6th Pan Asia Regulatory Summit say Chinese regulators held back after stock market turmoil
China market turmoil won't affect SDR decision, says Lagarde
IMF chief defends efforts to prop up stock market
China to widen RMB trading band again before end-2012
Further liberalisation of renminbi is on the cards in the near future, says senior RBS strategist
Central bankers see reserve currency future for renminbi
The renminbi will over the long term become a reserve currency, according to a survey of central bank reserve managers carried out by Incisive Media's Central Banking Publications in autumn 2009.
Chasing the perfect storm
Monica Fan, senior currency product engineer at State Street Global Advisors based in London, assesses the prospects for the US dollar in 2010 and what it would take for cyclical recovery to occur
Time to dust off gold?
Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York, discusses gold as an anchor for currencies
SDR: a superficial dollar replacement
Pete Luxton, global markets adviser at Informa Global Markets in London, says reserve status is an unlikely route for the SDR