Cornell University professor Eswar Pradad talks about what a depreciating Chinese yuan means for China.
Jason Pidcock, Jupiter, shares his outlook on China's markets and explains why the Chinese yuan is likely to weaken.
Ramin Nakisa, global asset allocation strategist at UBS, discusses the differences between the onshore and offshore rates for the Chinese yuan and argues which one is key for market watchers
There is an element of irrationality with regards to investor views on the yuan while market liquidity is also thin, explains Robert Rennie, global head of FX strategy at Westpac Bank.
Beijing had allowed the yuan to depreciate at a pace that was uncomfortable for markets, explains Gareth Berry, rates and FX strategist at Macquarie.
Frank Troise, SoHo Capital, discusses China's market volatility, and where oil prices are headed.
While markets are enjoying a relief with a higher yuan spot rate, the trade-weighted yuan index has fallen, notes Claudio Piron, co-head of Asia FX and fixed income strategy at BofAML Global Research.
China has been transparent about its currency reforms, but it needs to improve its communication to markets, says Kelvin Tay, Southern APAC MD and regional CIO at UBS Wealth Management.
Markets are relieved that Beijing is apparently supporting the renminbi and that circuit breakers have been removed, notes John Petrides, MD and portfolio manager of Point View Wealth Management.
Discussing the panic in the Chinese market, with Kelvin Tay, UBS Wealth Management.
We haven't had a January like this with regards to global market reaction to China, explains Jing Ulrich, APAC MD and vice chairman at JPMorgan.
Dickie Wong, executive director of research at Kingston Securities, explains why the circuit breaker mechanism is not a good idea.
Discussing the vicious selloff in China's stock market, and China's currency moves, with Jing Ulrich, JPMorgan Chase.
Discussing global market strategy, with Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley.
Beijing wants a freely traded yuan, but they are not articulating its strategy which leads to panic and capital outflows, explains Eswar Prasad, senior fellow at Brookings Institution and former chief of IMF's China division.
It hit a one-month low of $1.0709 two days ago.
Reuters is reporting China is under increasing pressure to let its currency fall up to 10 to 15 percent as gradual softening of the yuan may have done more harm than good.
CNBC's Rick Santelli talks about how currencies are impacting treasurys.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on the Chinese yuan move against the dollar.
Peter Thal Larsen, Reuters Breakingviews Asia editor, discusses China's attempts to managing its currency.