As Shanghai gradually reopened, China’s yuan gains expanded

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Shanghai – China’s yuan expands gains

Monday after its best week against the dollar

1-1 / 2 years, backed by strong central bank guidelines and

Shanghai feels better after picking up some of his COVID-19s


A small portion of Shanghai’s financial center reopened

Some lines fell on Sunday in the world’s longest subway system

It was closed for about two months, as the roads to the city widened

A more complete lift of its painful lockdown.

“With the gradual reopening of Shanghai and

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Activities to reach full openness by the end of June

Shanghai will improve moderately this May, ”he said

Lee Lin, MUFG Bank’s head of global market research in Asia.

“Potential marginal improvements in COVID-19 control

Measures will happen in the near future, but there are still no signs

Changes to the current national ‘Dynamic Zero Covid-19’ policy.

People’s Bank of China (PBOC) before opening the market

Set the midpoint rate to 6.6756,731 pips per dollar

Or 1.1% stronger than Friday’s previous fix of 6.7487.

The move, in official instructions on Monday, is the strongest fixing

In more than two weeks, it was the biggest ODI strengthening

Percentage terms from 2005, when China revalued the currency

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And abandoned a decade-old peg against the Greenback.

Strong midpoint spot market lift. Coastal Yuan

Each dollar opened at 6.6756 and was changing hands

6.6825 at noon, 96 pips stronger than the previous late session


Currency traders have blamed the recent depreciation of the yuan

Dollar volatility in global markets, with investors cutting

Their bets on further greenback gains from rising U.S. rates.

The yuan’s near-term performance will depend on the dollar

And the situation in the domestic cove, says a businessman at a foreign bank.

On Monday, Beijing authorities extended the term from home

Guidelines for many residents to prevent the outbreak of Kovid-19


At noon, the global dollar index fell to 102.697

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From the previous close of 103.15, while offshore yuan

The dollar was traded at 6.693.

Yuan Market at 0400 GMT:

Unshore Spot:

Item current previous change

PBOC Midpoint 6.6756 6.7487 1.10%

Spot Yuan 6.6825 6.6921 0.14%

Separation from 0.10%

Midpoint *

Spot change YTD -4.90%

Spot change 23.85% since 2005


Key Indicators:

Item current previous change

Thomson 100.79 0 0.0

Reuters / HKX

CNH index

Dollar Index 102.697 103.15 -0.4

* Dollar / Yuan exchange rates vary. Negative number

Indicates that the spot yuan is trading stronger than the midpoint.

The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) allows exchange rates

From the official midpoint rate it sets 2 percent increase or fall each

In the morning

Offshore CNH Market

Instrument current difference

From the coast

Offshore spot yuan 6.693 -0.16%


Offshore 6.7213 -0.68%




* Premium for offshore overshore spot

** Figure reflects the difference from PBOC’s official midpoint,

Since non-deliverable forwards are settled against midpoint.


(Reporting by Winnie the Pooh and Andrew Galbraith; Editing by Sam




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