Currencies Foreign Exchange

  • Where the Dollar Goes From Here

    The U.S. dollar recovered to trade higher against the euro and yen late Thursday afternoon in a volatile session that saw the U.S. currency swing between gains and losses.

  • European Markets Close Mixed

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, as shares turned negative after downbeat economic data from the U.S.

  • More Upside for USD/JPY

    Brian Jackson, Global FX Strategist at Coutts says there more upside for the currency pair and explains why it will climb to 106.

  • The euro fell to a six-week low against a buoyant dollar on Wednesday, hurt by an unexpectedly large contraction of the euro zone economy.

  • European Markets Close Higher

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, as GDP data for the entire euro zone showed contraction for the sixth straight quarter.

  • USD to Strengthen Further

    Chris Weston, Head of Sales and Research at IG is bullish the U.S. Dollar in the long term. Clem Chambers, CEO of ADVFN joins in the discussion.

  • Why the Dollar Won't Fall Off a Cliff

    The yen fell against the dollar on Tuesday for a fourth straight session, hitting its lowest level in 4 1/2 years as signs that the U.S. economy is improving.

  • European Markets Pare Loses

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, as shares moved higher after hedge fund manager David Tepper told CNBC he is "definitely bullish" on stocks.

  • Global Markets Update: European Shares Lower

    CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as worse-than-expected confidence data for Germany curbed market sentiment.

  • U.S. Yields Supporting the USD

    Mitul Kotecha, Head of Global FX Strategy, Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Banking says higher yields in U.S. Treasurys are very supportive of the greenback.

  • RBA Has More Room: Asst Treasurer of Australia

    David Bradbury, Assistant Treasurer of Australia, says there is still room for the RBA to cut rates further. He also deconstructs Treasurer of Australia Wayne Swan's comments and the budget expectations stating that mining boom will continue while jobs remain the key focus.

  • Does the Yen’s Pullback Take the Heat Off Bank of Japan?

    The dollar gained for a third straight session against the yen and euro on Monday as data showing a rise in U.S. retail sales assuaged fears of an economic slowdown.

  • European Markets Close Lower

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today.

  • The North Anna Power Station, operated by Dominion Energy, in Mineral, Va.

    Everything seems to have gone wrong for the nuclear industry, which a few years ago was seen as a potential competitor to fossil fuels and was gearing up for a renaissance.

  • Expect Higher Yields in Japan

    Ulrich Leuchtmann, Head of FX Research at Commerzbank says the BoJ's expansionary moves will inevitably mean high yields for Japan.

  • Yen's Weakness Is Nothing too Exciting: Pro

    Paul Gruenwald the Chief Economist, Asia Pacific, Standard and Poor's Ratings Services says the Japanese currency's decline over the past 6 months is just a retracement of what happened in 2008-2009.

  • Jacob 'Jack' Lew, U.S. treasury secretary, left, and George Osborne, U.K. chancellor of the exchequer, laugh while posing for the family photo during the Group of Seven (G-7) finance ministers and central bank governors meeting at Hartwell House in Aylesbury, U.K.

    Group of Seven nations finance ministers agreed to tackle the issue of how to deal with failing banks and gave gave a green light to Japan's efforts to galvanize its economy.

  • Are the Days of a Strong Japanese Yen Numbered?

    The yen tumbled to its lowest in more than four years against the dollar on Friday on data showing Japanese investors were buying more foreign assets.

  • Does Japan Matter?

    Why Japan's yen and stock exchange matter to the U.S., with Michael Vogelzang, president and CIO at Boston Advisors, and Kathy Lien, CNBC contributor.

  • Regulators used sharp words to accuse JPMorgan Chase of manipulating energy markets, in language similar to that which buffeted -- and eventually took down -- bankrupt energy giant Enron.