Worst Week for Asia Stocks Since 2011 Tempered by China Rebound

  • China's PBOC sets yuan fixing little changed from Thursday
  • Indexes in Japan, Australia fall while Shanghai rallies

China Stabilizes But Still Govt. Intervention

A rally in Shanghai equities provided relief for investors at the end of the worst weekly slump for Asian stocks since 2011. Trading remained volatile, weighing on markets in Australia and Japan even as the yuan strengthened.

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