The onshore dollar-yuan spot rate has been a serious headache for Chinese policymakers, having depreciated 7 percent in 2016.
The yuan policy is important to China's overall financial stability, and the government has taken measures to try and support the currency by drawing on its massive foreign currency reserves.
Beijing has also tightened capital controls and made adjustments to the China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS) currency basket, to reduce the impact of a stronger dollar on the daily yuan-midpoint fix.
Against the dollar, the onshore yuan traded at 6.9339 while the offshore yuan fetched 6.8856 on Monday afternoon.
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