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The dollar retreated from a three-month high against a basket of currencies on Tuesday on profit-taking.
Japan's benchmark stock index is in touching distance of an 18-year high, thanks to a weakened yen which has come back into focus as events in China and Greece die down.
A top aide to China's ex-president has been arrested and stripped of Communist party membership amid Beijing's anti-corruption purge. The Financial Times reports.
Paul Pong, managing director of Pegasus Fund Managers, says the renminbi has gained steadily against the U.S. dollar since China abandoned its peg to the dollar on July 21, 2005.
The dollar reached its highest in three months against a basket of currencies on Monday.
The World Bank has a message for China's naysayers: growth fundamentals are sound. But the composition of growth is a problem, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The dollar was on track for its biggest weekly gain in two months on Friday as investors bet on the chances of a U.S. interest rate hike.
China's market selloff may have decked traders but one group is benefitting: the country's home-grown online finance companies.
The dollar index rallied to a seven-week peak, with an easing in jobless claims reinforcing market expectations of a US interest rate hike.
China's second-quarter economic growth beat forecasts, spurring some to cry foul and others to say I told you so. Here's what the experts are saying.
The dollar rose on Wednesday after Federal Chair Yellen reinforced market expectations for a U.S. interest rate hike, possibly as soon as September.
China's economic pulse appears to be steadying, with quarterly growth data beating forecasts, but that renewed long-standing concerns over accuracy.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China Economist at Capital Economics, explains the relationship between a falling stock market and economic growth.
Ed Ponsi, Managing Director at Barchetta Capital Management, believes the common currency will remain in the 1.05-1.13 range against the greenback.
The dollar posted moderate losses against the euro and yen on Tuesday.
Jonathan Pain, Author of The Pain Report, explains his disappointment over of Beijing's recent market meddling and adds that Hong Kong stocks are a better investment than their mainland peers.
Claire Su, China A-share analyst at Yuanta Investment Consulting, discusses the firm's buy rating on Hundsun Technologies as Chinese regulators investigate Hundsun for fueling the market rout.
Mark Tinker, Head of AXA Framlington Asia, explains why the current stock market in China is reminiscent of 1987 conditions in the U.K.
Despite weeks of aggressive selling, Andy Xie, Independent Economist, notes that small-cap stocks remain expensive.
China's four-week-long stock market rout has wiped 28% off the Shanghai Composite and inflicted pain on Asian firms exposed to the mammoth economy.