Frederic Neumann, MD & co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC, talks about dollar-yuan trade and says the yuan may weaken if the Fed hikes rates.
Capital Link Intl's Brett McGonegal says Chinese equities offer more value at current levels, while he is skeptical about U.S. earnings growth.
UBS' Wayne Gordon expects dollar/yuan to head to 6.8 by the year end, as the U.S. economy continues to strengthen and Fed hike expectations increase.
JPMorgan's James Sullivan explains that Asian emerging markets are set to outperform as global growth and risk assets turn a corner.
China's yuan issues arise from it attempts to reconcile with the G20 edict that markets should determine currency value, says BBH's Marc Chandler.
A year ago, China rattled markets as policy changes decked the yuan. Now, the renminbi looks set to slide, but markets aren't panicking.
The U.S. dollar fell broadly on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields fell and investors waited on a speech by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the next steps for the value of the Chinese yuan. The "FMHR" traders and Kevin O'Leary, O'Shares Investments Chairman, weigh in.
It's time to take a fair weather overweight on China's shares after the selloff earlier this year, say's Deutsche Asset Management's CIO Sean Taylor.
Sterling fell against the dollar after the Bank of England hinted at further easing.
This comes ahead of a week of data likely to feed the debate on the chances of a rise in U.S. interest rates this year.
All eyes are on China's inflation data and how it will affect PBOC easing expectations, says Fidelity International's Catherine Yeung.
China could be lining up an RRR cut if exports and imports slow and if its inflation cools, says Parry International Trading's Gavin Parry.
UBS WM's Dominic Schnider and JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat discuss their expectations of China's economic data due this week and yuan moves.
China's foreign exchange reserves fell to $3.20 trillion in July, central bank data showed on Sunday, in line with analyst expectations.
The U.S. dollar reversed losses to trade about a third of a percent higher Friday after the headline figure on the July employment report topped expectations.
Fundamentals remain weak but low valuations and a stable renminbi could spark some upside, notes Alexander Lee of DBS Vickers Securities.
Sterling saw its biggest falls since the aftermath of June's Brexit vote.
The allure of Brazil's commodities may be fading for China, but the world's second-largest economy has found new opportunities in the South American nation.
The dollar gained as ADP jobs data revealed new U.S. private sector jobs, suggesting an improving labor market.