TOKYO, Sept 2- The dollar bounced to cut steep losses versus the yen on Wednesday as Tokyo shares rebounded after sharp losses, dulling demand for the safe-haven Japanese currency for the time being. The dollar was up 0.7 percent at 120.175 yen, hoisted up from a low of 119.225 as Tokyo's Nikkei gained 0.8 percent following the previous day's 3.8 percent tumble.» Read More
With equities in a holiday mood, here's how to trade the good cheer using currencies.
Web-only advice and information for currency traders, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.
Will the risk-on rally continue through the end of the year? How to make money from the risk-on rally, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money in Motion traders. With Deutsche Bank's Joe LaVorgna. Also, how to short the euro now, as the ECB takes new measures to support euro zone banks.
Decent economic reports from the U.S. are fueling risk appetite - for now. Here's how to trade it.
The global markets. European stocks rise to a two-week high, although volume is extremely light heading into the holiday. Moody's keeps Austria's AAA rating with a stable outlook. Ten-year Italian bonds remain near 7 percent -- Italy will hold a series of bond auctions next week. Greece must decide whether it will take a 70- or 50-percent haircut. And a decision on European downgrades will come in January, according to S&P. With Dan Greenhaus, BTIG chief global strategist, and Stephen Weiss, Short Hill Cap
U.S. jobs data lifts risk-sensitive currencies and liquidity drains from the market - it's time for your Friday FX Fix.
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Fast Money trader, Tim Seymour takes a look at the best plays in emerging market next year.
Euro bears are on the prowl. Here's how to sell the single currency and get a bigger bang.
Euro zone fights continue, Iranian rial dives - it's time for your FX Fix.
The economy has been producing upside surprises lately - and that could be bad news for the buck.
The European Central Bank's money tender was a hit, but the euro weakened anyway. Here's what to do now.
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Federal authorities investigating the collapse of MF Global have uncovered e-mails that detail the transfers of money in the firm’s last days, including transfers that contained customer money, according to people close to the investigation. The New York Times reports.
Famous economist Nouriel Roubini, credited for predicting the financial crisis, made a plea to policymakers to take the tough action needed to address current economic problems, in an article published on the Financial Times' website.
What were the biggest business stories of the year? Many a journo-hotshot will be glad to tell you. But here at CNBC.com, we like when our readers tell us what interests you.
The Japanese cabinet has approved an increase in financing bill issuance. Here's what it means for the yen.
For investors the markets have been consistently grim all year and the issues we’ve discussed from start to finish – sluggish economic growth, high and rising unemployment, sovereign debt crises and the future of the euro – are still with us and will haunt us well into 2012.
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A break-up of the euro would be “absurd” and “unthinkable,” Vítor Constâncio, Vice-President of the European Central Bank (ECB), told CNBC Tuesday.