Investors are looking to China's daily fixing of the yuan for asign of goodwill toward the United States after President Donald Trump said a phase-one trade deal had beenreached.

So far, the signs aren't too positive.

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) fixed the yuan at almostexactly the same rate on Monday as they did on Friday. A strongerfix would have allayed concern they are manipulating the currencyto boost exports.

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