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For your information, you can find below the description of the video China's Central Bank Cuts Lenders' Reserve Ratio to Support Tumbling Yuan published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance:
China's central bank slashed the amount of foreign-exchange deposits banks need to set aside as reserves to boost the yuan after the currency hit a two-year low. John Liu reports on Bloomberg Television.