The yen hit a high against the euro and rose against the dollar as traders lower expectations of a Japanese stimulus injection. » Read More
Gina Sanchez, chairwoman & founder of Chantico Global, discusses China's recent comments on the yuan devaluation.
The dollar hit an almost two-week high after comments from Fed officials revived expectations of a U.S. interest rate hike this year.
The Brazilian real hit a new all-time low on Tuesday after authorities announced a massive austerity package at a time when the economy is shrinking fast.
China's President Xi Jinping has defended his government's economic efforts, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Xavier Denis, global strategist at SG Securities, says the Fed remains on course for a rate hike by year-end, but there is a growing possibility that the central bank could wait until 2016.
The U.S. dollar strengthened against a basket of major currencies on the view that the Fed was on track to hike rates this year.
The dollar rebounded from a three-week low on Friday, a day after the Federal Reserve kept U.S. interest rates on hold.
The Fed's inactivity has left no doubt in analysts' minds that other central banks will now look to ease policy further.
The dollar hit session lows against the euro and fell versus the yen following the much-anticipated policy decision by the Federal Reserve.
If the Japanese yen weakens further, China will likely move to depreciate the yuan, says independent economist Andy Xie.
The dollar slid on Wednesday, as a surprise decline in U.S. inflation last month tempered expectations that the Federal Reserve would raise rates.
Peter Alexander, Z-Ben Advisors, says China is going through one of the most important times in the nation's development.
The dollar rose on Tuesday, as Wall Street rallied on solid retail sales data.
The dollar hit an almost three-week low ahead of this week's Federal Reserve meeting, as investors bet interest rates would be held.
Kevin Smith, Crescat Capital CEO & founder, explains why he remains bearish on China's currency and equities.
The Swiss Franc has recently defied its decade-long safe haven status.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics, expects the economic indicators in China to improve as disruptions from events such as last month's military parade fade.
China has issued guidance on reforming state-owned enterprises (SOEs), including the introduction of "mixed ownership" of state firms.
China's investment and factory output growth missed forecasts in August, suggesting the economy has cooled further, possibly spurring more support measures.
The dollar was lower on Friday in thin, listless trading ahead of next week's Federal Reserve policymaking meeting.