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Asian Currencies Rising Higher on China reopening

Asian currencies rose higher today after the country reopened its international borders, while faith in the Federal Reserve also hung over the dollar to support regional units.

The Yuan jumped 0.7% to 6.7912 against the dollar, its most substantial since late August.


But traders still maintained an edge over China, as the country is still facing its worst yet COVID-19 outbreak after a restful December.


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