Currency strategists from Barclays Plc to Deutsche Bank AG are telling investors to sell the yuan, this year’s best-performing emerging-market currency, as growth slows in the world’s second-largest economy and inflows wane.
Stocks and commodities fell, while Treasuries rose for a second day, after slower-than-forecast growth in U.S. payrolls fueled concern the economic recovery is slowing. Spain’s 10-year bond yields reached 7 percent.
U.S. stocks rose, adding to last week’s rally, amid speculation Greece will stay in the euro after polls showed voters supporting politicians who back the nation’s bailout. Commodities erased earlier gains while Treasuries advanced.