The euro plummeted to six week lows against the dollar on Wednesday amidst concerns over the French general election.
Gold fell on Tuesday as reinforced expectations of an increase to U.S. interest rates next month pushed the dollar higher.
The dollar headed for a second day of losses on Thursday, falling against the euro, yen and the basket of currencies.
European markets closed flat on Tuesday as investors digested a slew of corporate earnings.
In light of geopolitical events and sanctions, Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa discusses how the company is performing in Russia.
Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa talks about how big of an impact Brexit will have on the company and the euro zone, with comment on passporting rights.
Societe Generale's fourth-quarter net profit fell by around two-fifths, France's third largest bank by assets announced on Thursday.
Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa says overall he believes the financial services group delivered very strong results, when breaking down details from the earnings report.
Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa discusses France's political environment, saying he believes most of the country will stay committed to Europe.
Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa says he’s more positive on the capacity for the European Central Bank to accommodate, when commenting on central bank policy and Trump.
Societe Generale CEO Frédéric Oudéa tells CNBC that the company has built a new regulatory framework to ensure security when commenting on the Dodd-Frank developments.
European stocks closed higher on Wednesday as the earnings season continued to be the main focus for investors.
Frederic Oudea, Societe Generale CEO, shares his thoughts on Brexit, why the European Union will likely stay together and the ECB.
We analyzed the last seven Santa Claus periods which have taken place during the current bull market to see if there were any patterns.
Oil prices edged up in tepid trading on Thursday, supported by strong U.S. data, a pause in the U.S. dollar rally.
The dollar took a breather from its run since the November 8 U.S. presidential election.
The move represents the most high-profile challenge to supervision from Frankfurt to date.
The European Commission fined banks Credit Agricole, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase a total of 485 million euros ($520 million) for their part in a cartel to fix the price of financial benchmarks linked to the euro.
Michel Martinez, chief European economist at Societe Generale, says the firm expects global growth to come in at 3.5 percent for 2017, a slight improvement from 2016.
European stocks closed higher on Tuesday as President-elect Donald Trump's impact on the market continued its momentum and oil prices rebounded.