The dollar edged up against the yen on Friday, recovering from its worst run of daily losses versus the safe-haven currency since 2010.
EU leaders are gathering in Rome on Saturday to celebrate the 60th birthday of the world's largest political and economic bloc.
European markets close higher on Thursday as investors continued to monitor developments surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump's pro-growth agenda.
Germany's large current account surplus is the result of the competitiveness of the German economy though will shrink in coming years; finance ministry.
Alex Dryden, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses why the ECB is the central bank to watch in 2017.
"You can accuse Europeans of being many things – except fast," quips Angel Gurria, OECD Secretary-General.
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria adds that despite needing to clear the looming hurdle of Brexit, the European Union's older issues still persist.
Jane Foley, director of FX strategy at Rabobank, talks about market positioning with specific comment on the U.S. dollar, the European Central Bank and economic data.
PIMCO's Richard Clarida on Fed vs. ECB rate policy, and whether Janet Yellen and the Fed should accelerate the pace of rate hikes.
Europe continues to experience weak core inflation and wage growth, flags William Adams, senior international economist at PNC.
The dollar added to losses after the Fed hiked interest rates, as expected.
The Fed raised rates again, but the actions by two other central banks are the most important thing to watch right now, Bill Gross said.
Prospects for the euro are looking up, with some financial experts forecasting the single currency will recover from its five-year slump.
Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves says the group doesn’t have “expectations on what other central banks do or not do” when commenting on ECB QE. Added comment on Federal Reserve.
JP Morgan Chase International Chairman Jacob Frenkel talks about the various policy measures taken by leading central banks, and how the Fed impacts the ECB.
Interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve would only guarantee strength for the greenback in the near term, a JPMorgan economist said Wednesday.
The euro could finally be headed higher, warns Axel Merk of Merk Investments.
The dollar climbed ahead of an expected interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The impact of higher U.S. market interest rates turned the dollar positive against both the euro and a basket of currencies.
European markets closed higher on Monday as political uncertainty dominated and traders geared up for a likely rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve.