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The Chinese yuan’s recoil from a near four-year high has raised market nerves that a recent period of stability is ending, which could leave regional peers exposed especially as U.S. interest rates start to rise.

A steady yuan, along with robust exports and currency reserves, has helped shield Asia’s emerging markets from the sort of exodus typically seen when developed market interest rates rise.

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