Rising yields in the United States could make it harder for Beijing to keep managing its tremendous debt problem.
The dollar hit a 10 month high against the yen of 116.45 after the Fed approved the first interest rate hike in a year.
Scott Cavanough at Compass Global Markets says he expects a correction and weighs in on dollar-yuan.
Markets were still uneasy that a Fed meeting ending on Wednesday may provoke more investors to cash in the greenback's recent gains.
To play a possible Trump-inspired trade war, look to counter-intuitive investments in China and Russia, said JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat.
U.S. bond yields climbed on the back of expectations of broadly higher inflation, driven by a 5 percent rise in global oil prices.
While black swans are inherently unpredictable, Nomura has pointed to 10 potential grey swans to worry about for 2017.
The ECB's extension of its easing program drove the single currency to its biggest daily loss against the dollar since the Brexit vote.
The euro fell Thursday as the European Central Bank announced an extension of its quantitative easing programme.
Fred Neumann, MD & co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC, weighs in on the latest Chinese economic data.
China is toggling between economic rebalancing and growth, says J.P. Morgan's Sally Auld.
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.