(Updates share movement, adds comments from Intel, Credit Suisse; edits throughout) June 21 (Reuters) - China's signal it will let its yuan currency appreciate is good news for global manufacturers and resource companies that supply the world's third-biggest economy with the equipment and commodities it needs to fuel growth. On the other hand, it could dampen the outlook for China's own exporters and commodity producers. A relatively mild yuan appreciation against the dollar of about 5 ...
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