Peter Alexander, Z-Ben Advisors, says China is going through one of the most important times in the nation's development.
The dollar rose on Tuesday, as Wall Street rallied on solid retail sales data.
The dollar hit an almost three-week low ahead of this week's Federal Reserve meeting, as investors bet interest rates would be held.
Kevin Smith, Crescat Capital CEO & founder, explains why he remains bearish on China's currency and equities.
The Swiss Franc has recently defied its decade-long safe haven status.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics, expects the economic indicators in China to improve as disruptions from events such as last month's military parade fade.
China has issued guidance on reforming state-owned enterprises (SOEs), including the introduction of "mixed ownership" of state firms.
China's investment and factory output growth missed forecasts in August, suggesting the economy has cooled further, possibly spurring more support measures.
The dollar was lower on Friday in thin, listless trading ahead of next week's Federal Reserve policymaking meeting.
Glenn Solomon, GGV Capital managing partner, weighs in on China's economy and the smartest investments in the Chinese markets.
Kathy Lien, BK Asset Management, explains how China's policy decisions are driving global markets into volatility.
Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, talks about weakness in currency markets and why Chinese authorities are trying to stabilise the yuan.
With inflation data below expectations, the Chinese central bank will cut interest rates and the reserve requirement ratio again in the fourth quarter, says Dickie Wong, executive director of Kingston Securities.
The dollar softened on Thursday as global stock markets turned down.
Hartmut Issel, head of equity and Macro APAC at UBS Wealth Management, says Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's speech on Thursday suggests that China is happy with growth being at a "reasonable range around 7 percent."
China Premier Li Keqiang tried to reassure global markets on Wednesday that Beijing can keep its economy on track and stock markets in check.
Alaistair Chan, economist at Moody's Analytics, says the stability of the yuan hinges on the pace of capital outflows and investor sentiment.
Patrick Chovanec, chief strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, says U.S. markets are looking at China-related issues, falling crude oil prices and the looming Fed rate hike.
The dollar rose on Wednesday, following equities rallies on Wall Street, Europe and Asia.
Daryl Liew, head of portfolio management at REYL Singapore, says stimulus measures will need time to materialize hence China's gross domestic product (GDP) will only see a pick-up in the fourth quarter.