The Chinese Yuan rose today after it retreated for three weeks amid the global economic crisis that is led by the European sovereign debt, which incresed the level of demand for the assets in developing markets, where the Yuan rose by 0.19% to 6.3082 against the dollar.

On the other hand, the euro zone experienced a temporary stabilization and in turn the concerns rose about China's economy, as the Yuan fell during the past three weeks by 0.4%.

In the meantime, the International Monetary Fund expects China's economy will grow by 8.8% in 2013, after the decline in growth rates this year to 8.2% compared to expectations of 9.2% during 2011.