Chinese shares closed higher Wednesday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 34.54 points, or 1.19 percent, to 2,930.8.
The preliminary estimate of the Macao Special Administrative Region's foreign exchange reserves amounted to 196.2 billion patacas ($24.44 billion) at the end of February 2011, according to the figures released by the Monetary Authority of Macao Tuesday.
The Chinese currency, or the yuan, on Wednesday weakened 39 basis points against the US dollar from Tuesday.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell on Tuesday, driving the benchmark index to its lowest in more than two weeks.
The total assets of the fund managed by China's National Council for Social Security Fund (SSF) reached 856.8 billion yuan ($130.35 billion) by the end of 2010, up 10.32 percent year on year, an SSF official said Tuesday.
Total foreign holdings of US long-term securities in January reached $4.45 trillion, up $15.1 billion, or 0.2 percent from the previous month, but China trimmed its holdings for the third straight month, the US Treasury Department reported Tuesday.
Hong Kong stocks dove 667.63 points, or 2.86 percent, to close at 22,678.25 on Tuesday.
The ChiNext Index, launched by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 1, 2010, lost 12.58 points, or 1.14 percent, to 1,094.95 Tuesday.
China's stock index futures closed down Tuesday with the contract for March, the most actively traded, down 1.98 percent from the previous trading day to 3,199.6.
Chinese shares closed lower Tuesday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 41.37 points, or 1.41 percent, to 2,896.26.
Chinese banks will not run a great risk of bad loans should a property bubble burst because only a small part of bank lending went to homebuyers, said China's top banking regulator.
The Chinese currency, or the yuan, on Tuesday strengthened 22 basis points against the US dollar from Monday.