The dollar dropped against the euro in Europe as stock markets resumed their decline, wiping out gains based on Friday's U.S. jobs report.» Read More
Stanley Szeto, chairman and CEO of Lever Style, says the yuan's fall has limited effect for local businesses. Alex Wong, director of Asset Management at Ample Capital, explains why there's room for further yuan devaluation.
Michael Kurtz, global head of equity strategy at Nomura, says Tuesday's decision to devalue the yuan is in line with the goal of making the Chinese currency more market-determined.
Alicia Yap, head of China Internet Research, Asia Ex-Japan Equity Research at Barclays, outlines her expectations for the earnings of Tencent and Alibaba amid a surprise devaluation of the yuan.
Barry McInerney, co-chief executive officer of BMO Global Asset Management, says the devaluation of the yuan won't be well-received in the near term as markets prefer traditional monetary and fiscal policies.
Christoffer Moltke-Leth, head of sales trading, Asia Pacific at Saxo Capital Markets, says the devaluation of the yuan on Tuesday marks a shift to a more market-based currency policy in China.
Jerry Webman, chief economist & senior investment officer at OppenheimerFunds, says China's decision to weaken the yuan on Monday marks a shift to a more market-determined exchange rate.
Cynthia Meng, managing director, China/HK TMT Equity Research at Jefferies Hong Kong, explains why Chinese ADRs such as Tencent will see a "moderate impact" from the devaluation of the yuan.
Eswar Prasad, senior professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University, says the currency devaluation was an "opportunistic move" by Beijing to fend off criticisms from international and domestic watchers.
David Donabedian, CIO of Atlantic Trust, says China's surprise move to devalue the yuan adds to worries about a stronger U.S. dollar and the global economic outlook.
The yuan suffered its biggest fall in over two decades on Tuesday.
David Demshur, CEO & President, Core Laboratories, discusses where he sees oil headed following today's news out of China.
Discussing how China's move will impact the Fed, with CNBC contributor Ron Insana and Michael Farr of Farr, Miller and Washington.
Is there a buying opportunity in commodities after China depreciated its currency? Jane Foley, senior FX strategist at Rabobank, discusses.
China devalued its currency, and many fear the impact from China, but David Kostin, Goldman Sachs, says domestic demand is key for growth.
CNBC's Rick Santelli tracks the action in the dollar versus the Chinese yuan since September of 2012.
Bryn Jones, head of fixed income at Rathbones, discusses the Chinese Yuan move and how it may benefit the auto industry.
Heng Koon How, senior FX strategist at Credit Suisse PBWM, says the People's Bank of China is compelled to depreciate the yuan following recent weak data and the turmoil in the financial markets.
While the Fed may have a "kneejerk reaction" toward Beijing's depreciation of the yuan, worries over a stronger dollar will be short-lived, says Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank.
Taimur Baig, chief economist, Asia at Deutsche Bank, discusses how the slowdown in China's economy and the devaluation of the yuan are affecting Singapore.
Richard Yetsenga, head of global markets research at ANZ, says the key focus for the Chinese yuan moving forward is how the central bank will allow the spot rate to move.