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Financial investors' lack of faith in another U.S. interest rate rise this year kept the dollar pinned back.
A recent slowdown in U.S. inflation should not prevent further increases in interest rates, a top U.S. central banker said on Monday.
While markets seem to expect the US dollar to weaken, Credit Agricole has offered a contrarian take: there is room for the greenback to strengthen.
As we head into the final week of the period, investors should be keeping on eye on three things: health care, banks and economically sensitive stocks.
Jim Cramer looks to the stocks and events on his radar next week, including a monumental meeting at Cisco and a key Fed report.
The Fed must keep raising interest rates to avoid employment or inflation getting out of hand and causing a recession, said the Fed's Loretta Mester.
The Fed should wait on any rate increases until inflation is clearly heading to the Fed's 2 percent target, St. Louis Fed President says.
But the prospect of further interest rate rises in the United States limited gains.
The European Central Bank is deciding when to wind back its expansive quantitative easing program.
Jim Cramer speeds through his take on callers' favorite stocks, including one toymaker.
With bond yields globally in the dumps, Singapore's wealth fund GIC is looking at unconventional sources for fixed income returns.
A softer dollar and weakness in U.S. Treasury yields also lent support.
China's central bank will not take action to shrink its balance sheet like the U.S. Federal Reserve, adviser says.
Bank regulators have room to ease the rule that limits how much Wall Street may gamble with customers' money, according to Jerome Powell.
Now that the Fed has started to hike interest rates, the central bank is under increasing fire for moving too soon.
Philadelphia central bank President Patrick Harker argues for "pause" during balance sheet reduction, Financial Times reports.
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