Asia markets gained on fading concerns over the damage of Hurricane Irma and as Korean Peninsula tensions took a backseat.
The Chinese yuan slipped after China's central bank scrapped some on Monday, but the currency is still up 6.5 percent year to date. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
China is starting to roll back measures meant to prop up its currency after a recent surge in the yuan erased all of last year's losses.
China's banning of initial coin offerings may stop scams but these ICOs are very much here to stay, industry experts told CNBC.
The price of bitcoin fell sharply after Chinese regulators announced a ban on organizations from raising funds using initial coin offerings.
Regulators said new projects that raise cash or other virtual currencies through cryptocurrencies will be banned, report says.
China's yuan has been on a tear this year, but experts are predicting the run may be over — and it may even be poised for a downturn.
The escalating saber rattling between the U.S. and North Korea has raised prospects of an economic confrontation between the U.S. and China.
China's banking regulator has extended a June deadline for some banks to submit risk assessments over stability concerns, two sources said.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump turned China's currency into a campaign issue, but GOP stumbles are now strengthening the yuan.
The People's Bank of China will take on a bigger role in macro-prudential management and in averting systemic risk, President Xi Jinping said.
Without proper rules and regulations in place, cryptocurrencies can run amok, says BTCC CEO Bobby Lee.
The PBOC's concern over bitcoin regulations stems from the fact that use of the cryptocurrency has grown rapidly in China, says Bobby Lee, CEO of BTCC.
Bitcoin lacks the fundamental attributes needed to be a currency that could meet modern economic development needs, a PBOC adviser said
Growth in China's shadow banking is slowing amid coordinated government action to contain systemic risks, Moody's said in a note Tuesday.
Chinese state-owned banks were seen selling dollars at the 6.80 yuan per dollar level in the onshore foreign exchange market on Tuesday.
China opening up its fixed income market to foreign investors will eventually unleash “massive” demand, HKEx CEO Charles Li said on Friday.
China's official manufacturing PMI for June rose to 51.7, accelerating from 51.0 in May and beating a Reuters poll forecast for 51.0.
Chinese growth will accelerate because it'll finally get leaders who aren't scared, said a former advisor to China's central bank on Wednesday.
China is sending a “remarkably strong signal” about stemming capital outflows by going after big companies, said the IMF’s China ex-chief.