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Chinese Yuan Jumps on Better-Than-Expected Manufacturing Activity

The Chinese yuan is looking to extend its modest winning streak this week, buoyed by better-than-expected manufacturing and non-manufacturing data. Global financial markets have been waiting for these figures to see how the world’s second-largest economy is faring in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. While the numbers are positive, they still suggest sluggishness in China.

Chinese Yuan Looks to Test 52-Week High as PBoC Pumps More Liquidity

The Chinese yuan paused its rally last week after touching a 52-week high of 6.75 against the US dollar. The yuan is looking to restart its push against the greenback to kick off the trading week, driven by additional liquidity in the banking system and a recovering economy. Can the yuan maintain its upward trajectory?

Chinese Yuan Tests 6.7 As PBoC Leaves LPR Unchanged, Injects More Liquidity

The Chinese yuan is continuing to make gains against the US dollar on Tuesday ahead of the manufacturing and non-manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) readings. The yuan, which had cratered to as low as 7.17 against the greenback, has been one of the top-performing Asian currencies this year, advancing nearly 3% year-to-date. Could the yuan defy market expectations even more?

Chinese Yuan Extends Winning Streak, Tests 6.8 on Liquidity

The Chinese yuan is extending its winning streak against the US dollar to start the trading week, driven by a liquidity injection and a recovering economy. A slumping greenback further contributed to the yuan’s ascent, allowing the currency to soon test 6.8, which would be the first time since June 2019.

USD/CNY Flat As New Bank Loans, Credit Growth Beat Market Forecasts

The Chinese yuan is trading flat against the US dollar to finish the holiday-shortened trading week. The yuan is trying to find support on positive numbers relating to credit markets. The currency has appreciated in recent months as the world’s second-largest economy stabilizes and rebounds in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.

Chinese Yuan Renews Gains on Market Rally, Positive Data

The Chinese yuan is looking to start another winning streak after the currency suspended its momentum against the US dollar. The yuan has been on a tear in recent months, testing 6.8 against the greenback, primarily due to favorable domestic economic data and a weakening buck. But escalating US-China tensions and the plunge in equities in recent sessions could limit the yuan’s gains – for now.

US Dollar Index Tops 93.00 As Bullish Data Supports Greenback

The US dollar is continuing its winning streak on foreign exchange markets during the Labor Day holiday. The greenback has been staging a rebound over the last several trading sessions after cratering 11% since hitting a peak of 103.00 earlier this year at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. The buck has been rallying on a multitude of factors, including bullish economic data and COVID-19 concerns, but analysts are still maintaining a bearish […]

Australian Dollar Weak After Trade Balance Shrinks

The Australian dollar was weak today, falling against almost all other most-traded currencies. Some market analysts blamed the decline on the disappointing trade data released in Australia during the trading session, while others thought that it might be just a corrective sell-off after the incredibly good performance last month.

Chinese Yuan Extends Winning Streak As Manufacturing Activity Beats Estimates

The Chinese yuan is continuing its appreciation against the US dollar on Tuesday as better-than-expected manufacturing activity and continued stimulus in the banking system extended the currency’s winning streak. The yuan has been strengthening against the greenback since the height of the coronavirus pandemic, and it is now testing the 6.8 range.

Australian Dollar Outlook: Can RBA Stop Aussie’s Rally?

The Australian dollar was very strong lately, reaching the highest level in more than a year and a half against its US counterpart last week. But some traders are worried that the currency will be unable to extend its rally, especially if the nation’s central bank remains dovish. Let’s look at fundamentals that will be driving the Australian currency this week.

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