China's yuan hit a near three-year high against a weaker dollar on Tuesday, with the offshore yuan jumping above the 6.4 per dollar mark for the first time since mid-June 2018. Investors have started gauging the authorities' tolerance for a rapidly strengthening currency.
The offshore yuan hit 6.3944 per dollar at one point on Tuesday. The onshore yuan opened at 6.4110 per dollar and jumped to a high of 6.4030 . . .
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