The Chinese currency Renminbi, or the yuan,strengthened 11 basis points to an all-time high at 6.4845 per US dollar on Tuesday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trading system.
The gold price in Hong Kong went up HK$40 to open at HK$14,300 per tael on Tuesday, according to the Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange Society.
China's stock index futures opened higher on Tuesday, with the contract for settlement in June, the most actively traded, opening 1.2 points higher at 2,973 from the previous close.
Hong Kong stocks went up 195.97 points, or 0.85 percent, to open at 23,380.29 on Tuesday.
ChiNext Index opened 2.03 points higher at 836.35 on Tuesday.
Chinese shares opened higher on Tuesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 0.04 percent to 2,707.56.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland stocks fell for an eighth day, the longest losing streak since December 2008. The retreat came on concerns interest rates will rise, a property tax may be expanded nationwide and power shortages will cut production capacity.
Following are the central parity rates of the Chinese currency Renminbi (RMB) against seven major currencies announced Tuesday by the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.
Hong Kong stocks gained 66.25 points, or 0.29 percent, to close at 23,184.32 on Monday.
Chinese shares fell for the eighth consecutive trading day on Monday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.13 percent, or 3.59 points, to 2,706.36.
Hong Kong stocks gained 118.5 points, or 0.51 percent, to close Monday's morning session at 23, 236.57.
Chinese shares closed higher in the morning session on Monday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 0.47 percent, or 12.84 points, to 2,722.78 at midday.