Halting the depreciation process of the yuan would stop the dollar buying onshore, says ING Financial Markets' Tim Condon.
The money mill that undergirds many of China's aggressive assets buying in Hong Kong may be coming to a temporary halt, the SCMP reports.
China's foreign-exchange reserves data for January, due on Tuesday, may surprise on the upside.
Tony Nash, chief economist at Complete Intelligence, talks about the PBOC's yuan policy.
Hao Zhou, an analyst with Commerzbank, says that the Chinese economy will moderate further.
Growth in China's services sector held in expansion in January, a private survey showed.
China's central bank surprised financial markets on Friday by raising short-term interest rates on the first day back from a long holiday.
The China Caixin manufacturing PMI for January slowed from December, missing forecasts, but continued to show the economy was recovering.
China's official January manufacturing PMI indicated continued expansion, as the mainland economy shows signs of stabilizing.
China's central bank raised interest rates on a key funding tool to cut debt levels and boost stability.
Richard Iley, BNP Paribas, says that the authorities have successfully controlled the capital account.
China’s stimulus programs have boosted economic growth, but they’re also creating stability risks, Fitch said in a report on Monday.
China's central bank is playing a dangerous game using the country's foreign reserves to defend the yuan, the SCMP reports.
China has allowed its five biggest banks to temporarily lower the amount of money that they must hold as reserves.
Rising cement prices were signaling China’s economic growth will remain stable, said Mo Ji, chief economist for Asia ex-Japan at Amundi.
China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 6.8 percent on-year in the fourth quarter, slightly beating expectations.
Fed ex-chief Bernanke said on Monday that Trump calling China a currency manipulator doesn’t “fit with reality,” and warned about a trade war.
Donald Trump's decision to play hardball with China could backfire, the SMCP reports.
Instead, the policy for the Chinese yuan has been one of steady deprecation, says Binay Chandgothia at Principal Global Investors.
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