Markets could be in for macro overload in the week ahead with central bankers, Friday's jobs report and OPEC dominating the headlines.» Read More
Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former Bank of England MPC member, says it makes sense for the ECB to cut deposit rates only after an expected rate rise from the Fed in December.
There is room for U.S interest rate expectations to adjust higher, fueling a stronger dollar, says Elias Haddad, senior currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank.
The dollar fell against major world currencies on Monday as investors took profits on the greenback's surge last week.
The dollar jumped to a more than six-month high on after data showed the U.S. economy created more jobs than expected in October.
The dollar hit a three-month high against a basket of major currencies and a two-month peak versus the yen.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on whether the United Kingdom can expect to see a rate hike soon and the likelihood of an exit from the euro zone.
Kerstin Hessius, chief executive of Swedish national pension fund AP3, says low and negative interest rates are hurting the company's investment options.
Toby Lawson, managing director at Societe Generale Newedge, expects equity markets to continue their run-up if the Fed stays on course for a rate hike.
Though the conviction involved attempts to manipulate the commodities futures market, the ruling has implication for stock, too.
Markets have moved very far, very fast, and many sectors and indices are now in classic overbought territory.
Simon Willis, head of research and banking analyst at Daniel Stewart, discusses the state of European lenders.
Katrina Ell, economist at Moody's Analytics, says the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is waiting for other data such as employment to assess if additional stimulus is necessary in the coming months.
The Fed has inflated a bubble and that's going to damp market returns, perma-bear Marc Faber, publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC.
"The road we're on is going to end. We cannot rely on central banks," economist Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Global stocks in October logged their biggest monthly rise in years hence where do you think they will go from here?
Greece's four biggest banks must raise nearly $16B in new money to withstand any new crisis. The New York Times explains why.
The dollar index slipped the day after a hawkish statement from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Roger Bridges, global rates and currency strategist at NIkko Asset Management, says the dollar, already higher on the back of the Fed statement, could strengthen again if the ECB or BOJ decide to ease further.
Jesper Bargmann, head of trading for Asia at Nordea, and Kelvin Tay, MD and regional CIO for southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, discuss the probability of a Fed rate hike in a volatile global economy.
The euro slumped against the dollar late Wednesday after the Fed revived the possibility of higher rates in December.