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  • Dollar Climbs as Investors Reassess Risk Monday, 8 Oct 2007 | 4:44 PM ET
    Dollar and Euro

    The dollar gained in quiet trade Monday against most major currencies as investors reassessed risk and bet that Friday's sell-off on a U.S. payrolls report was overdone.

  • The Australian dollar settled around 90 U.S. cents on Monday, after scaling a fresh 23-year peak as investors piled back into riskier assets like higher-yielding currencies and stocks.

  • Dollar Falls After Brief Jobs Data Euphoria Friday, 5 Oct 2007 | 4:07 PM ET

    The dollar weakened Friday, after dealers decided a relatively solid U.S. employment report was not enough to move the U.S. economy off a slowing path and keep the Federal Reserve from possibly cutting interest rates.

  • Dollar Falls vs. Euro on Glum U.S. Factory Data Thursday, 4 Oct 2007 | 1:42 PM ET
    Dollar and Euro

    The euro headed higher against the U.S. dollar Thursday, after orders to U.S. factories fell by their biggest amount in seven months and the European Central Bank agreed to keep interest rates steady at 4 percent.

  • Credit Solution 'Hopes' Boosting Stocks Thursday, 4 Oct 2007 | 8:59 AM ET

    Stocks are striking a slightly positive tone as investors increasingly believe the credit crunch is being worked out. Tomorrow's jobs report for September remains a top focus. The U.S. dollar is barely changed against most currencies but slightly weaker against the euro and British pound after the European Central Bank and the Bank of England left rates unchanged this morning, as expected.

  • Cramer, Others Say Time To Bail On Europe Wednesday, 3 Oct 2007 | 5:20 PM ET

    The weakening U.S. dollar's mirror image is the strengthening euro and that has some people concerned about European stocks and the dollar derived earnings of European companies. One of those people would be CNBC's Jim Cramer..

  • Dollar Rises as Investors Position for Jobs Report Wednesday, 3 Oct 2007 | 3:00 PM ET
    Dollar and Euro

    The dollar rose to a 1-month high against the yen on Wednesday, after a report on the U.S. services sector in September reflected growth in employment, boding well for Friday's non-farm payrolls data.

  • Stocks "Waffle" Under Jobs Pressure Wednesday, 3 Oct 2007 | 8:54 AM ET

    Stocks are waffling and a lot of the talk is focused on Friday's employment report. Traders are also watching this morning's 10 a.m. release of the Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing index.

  • Foreign Buyers Flock To U.S. Companies Tuesday, 2 Oct 2007 | 6:05 PM ET

    Not since 1990, has there been such a high percentage of foreigners opening their check books to buy U.S. companies (see state below). Today's $8.5 billion offer for Commerce Bank from Canada's TD Bank is just the latest and part of a growing trend of cross border transactions coming from Canada and other countries.

  • Dollar Rises on Profit Taking Before Jobs Data Tuesday, 2 Oct 2007 | 11:26 AM ET
    Dollars and Euro

    The dollar rose Tuesday from record lows hit during the prior session as investors trimmed overstretched bets against the U.S. currency ahead of key economic data later this week.

  • Stocks Set To Move Higher As Dollar, Oil Fall Tuesday, 2 Oct 2007 | 8:40 AM ET

    Markets around the world rocked on after yesterday's record setting session on Wall Street and U.S. stocks are set to move moderately higher on the open. Merger activity tops the news with an offer from Canada's TD Bank Financial Group's to buy Commerce Bank for $8.5 Billion.

  • Will October Spook the Market? Monday, 1 Oct 2007 | 1:58 PM ET

    October's normally the month to fear on Wall Street, but it'll be hard to top the scary volatility of the summer. A hefty economic calendar, the start of corporate earnings season, news from the mired housing market, and the continuing unwinding of the credit crunch will keep market volatility high this coming month.

  • Dollar Edges Higher, Focus on U.S. Economic Data Monday, 1 Oct 2007 | 12:12 PM ET
    Hundred Dollar

    The dollar rose slightly from record lows against the euro Monday as investors cashed out bets against the U.S. currency ahead of a fresh batch of economic data and central bank meetings this week.

  • Dollar Hits Another Low as Rate Cut Expected Friday, 28 Sep 2007 | 4:55 PM ET
    Hundred Dollar

    The dollar hit another new low Friday, as U.S. inflation data reinforced expectations that the Federal Reserve may cut interest rates again.

  • Worried EU Urges U.S. to Act on Weak Dollar Friday, 28 Sep 2007 | 5:14 AM ET

    European Union Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said he was concerned by the dollar's fall and urged the United States to match its stated support for a strong dollar with action.

  • Dollar Slides as Housing, Growth Fears Mount Thursday, 27 Sep 2007 | 4:48 PM ET

    The dollar fell to record lows Thursday, hit by fresh evidence that a weak housing market could crimp U.S. growth and force the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again.

  • Wall Street Edges Toward Quarter End With Positive Tone Thursday, 27 Sep 2007 | 8:54 AM ET

    The Street is edging toward the end of one of the most volatile quarters in recent memory ... and for all those a bit tired of the excitement, it looks like it might actually have a laid-back and happy ending.

  • Dollar Fights Back, Shrugs Off Softer Durables Data Wednesday, 26 Sep 2007 | 10:28 AM ET

    The dollar rebounded from record lows against the euro Wednesday, brushing aside a steeper-than-expected fall in August durable goods orders as buyers took advantage of cheap exchange rates.

  • GM (Strike Settlement) Giving Boost To Stocks Wednesday, 26 Sep 2007 | 9:58 AM ET

    A relatively swift resolution to the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors is giving some lift to stocks this morning. The dollar is defying gravity and is bouncing off its lows against the Euro but that move looks like it will be short lived.

  • Dollar Hits Fourth New Low in Four Days vs. Euro Tuesday, 25 Sep 2007 | 5:48 PM ET

    The dollar hit a new record low against the euro Tuesday as a surprise plunge in U.S. consumer confidence to nearly two-year lows raised expectations of another Federal Reserve interest rate cut next month.