The dollar hovered below an 11-year high as investors awaited U.S. economic data and a ECB meeting later this week for fresh direction clues.» Read More
The dollar was set to end 2014 with a gain of more than 12 percent against a basket of major currencies on Wednesday.
The yen gained sharply against both the dollar and euro on Tuesday as investors sought the traditional safety of the Japanese currency.
Russia's recent moves with Ukraine appear "counterproductive" says John Peet, Europe editor at "The Economist".
The Russian ruble tumbled to a one-week low on Monday, after new figures showed the country’s economy shrinking for the first time in over 5 years.
The euro traded near a 28-month low on Monday after a vote in Greece failed to secure a president.
The euro inched up but remained near two-year-lows after a key vote in Greece failed to secure a new president.
The dollar edged up against the yen on Friday on light bargain hunting, with markets slowly getting into gear after the Christmas holiday.
India's long-held position as the world's top diamond polisher is being challenged by soaring output from China.
Russia said its currency crisis was over despite its forex reserves plunging and inflation surging over 10 percent, in its worst economic crisis since 1998.
Currency strategists are pondering whether there is more volatility in store for the ruble.
The dollar hovered at its highest in nearly nine years after strong U.S. economic growth caused market speculation of earlier interest rate hike.
Political unrest kept tourists away from Thailand for much of this year, but a surge in Chinese travelers may signal a recovery ahead, analysts say.
CNBC's Bob Pisani shares three predictions for the market in 2015, including Russia defaulting on its debt.
Australian dollar hit a 4-1/2-year trough against its U.S. counterpart as prices of iron for construction fell in China amid weak demand.
Where are the commodity currencies heading over the next year? Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank seems confident that we should watch the "Aussie/Yen" in 2015.
Europe is exposed to Russia's market and its economic downfall, however the impact could be "fairly limited" on the EU markets says Otilia Dhand, vice president of Teneo Intelligence.
The euro bounced back from two-year lows against a slightly weaker dollar on Monday, with Greece's election among risks to a calmer mood.
Russia has been dominating the news recently and its economy is not looking good. Anastasia Nesvetailova, director at City University's political economy research centre explains more.
With China's foreign minister offering to help Russia if needed, Neil Shearing, chief emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses how Moscow is fairing, saying 2015 will show a "deep recession" for Russia.
The U.S. dollar rose against major currencies for a third session on diverging monetary policy between the Federal Reserve and other central banks.