China's financial reforms have been positive and valuations are attractive, says Medha Samant at Fidelity International.
Data providers played a third-party blame game after several sources erroneously showed a sharp spike lower for China’s currency late Monday.
The euro gained slightly on the dollar on Wednesday as investors focused on Thursday's European Central Bank meeting.
Ray Attrill at National Australia Bank says the dollar/yen trade is linked to Chinese capital outflows and dollar strength.
China still wants to compete in exports and is likely to favor a lower yuan, says Arthur Kwong at BNP Paribas Investment Partners.
Bets on market volatility stayed close to their highest since June's Brexit vote ahead of this week's European Central Bank meeting.
Rumors swirled on social media that China's currency dropped in overnight trade, but they were false.
Rumors swirled on Tuesday that China's currency dropped sharply overnight, but the purported move may have been an isolated data hiccup.
The offshore yuan will pullback, but then resume an uptrend, says Daryl Guppy, CEO at Guppytraders.com.
Manufacturing has shifted to other low-cost hubs while global demand remains limp, says Francis Lun of GEO Securities.
The euro recovered from against the dollar after Renzi's loss in a referendum over constitutional reform was seen as largely expected.
The dollar fell Friday after posting gains the last three weeks as a solid, but not spectacular, U.S. payrolls report spurred doubts.
The dollar on Thursday lost ground as traders booked gains following a solid November and caution ahead of Friday's payrolls report.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on the Chinese government's crackdown on outbound investments to stabilize the country's currency.
Progress in China's industrial sector led to better-than-expected PMI figures this month, says J.P. Morgan's Grace Ng.
The U.S. hit highs on Wednesday and after a surge in oil prices pushed U.S. Treasury yields higher.
The dollar fell on Tuesday as the greenback consolidated its position against most major currencies following a roller-coaster 24 hours
The dollar edged down on Monday, surrendering some gains after a sharp rally that followed Trump's surprise victory.
Foreign investors aren't very interested in Chinese stocks due to the lack of clarity in company filings, says Andrew Collier of Orient Capital Research.
Profit growth in China's industrial sector picked up in October, suggesting the world's second-largest economy strengthened.