*Chilean peso rebounds after near 5- year lows on China concerns. NEW YORK, March 12- Emerging market currencies rose moderately on Wednesday, rebounding from earlier losses as investors remained nervous over China's economy and Ukraine's future, supporting safe-haven demand for the yen and the Swiss franc.» Read More
Dismal news is sending the euro tumbling - but that doesn't mean you should jump in on weakness.
The Swiss step back and Fed watchers are busy - time for your Wednesday FX Fix.
Worries about Western Europe have spilled into countries in Central and Eastern Europe and the region's fate is tightly linked to that of its main exporting market, Wike Groenenberg, head of CEEMEA strategy at Citi, told CNBC on Wednesday.
The real safe haven currency is about to stand up, this strategist says.
Recession warnings sting, Italian debt gets no love, and the euro's in a funk.
Roelof Van Den Akker, technical analyst at ING Wholesale Banking joined CNBC Tuesday for a look at the DAX, gold and Euro/Swiss Franc charts.
Is the Swiss franc still a ‘safe haven’ trade? Todd Gordon weighs in with the Fast traders.
If and when the S&P 500 rolls over, CHF/JPY will selloff, says Todd Gordon, Aspen Trading.
The dollar is set to slide, and Poland's finance minister says the euro's on the edge — it's time for your FX Fix.
Gasoline futures opened slightly lower Sunday evening as East Coast refineries got through Hurricane Irene relatively unscathed.
ConocoPhillips has shut down its 238,000 barrel-per-day Bayway refinery New Jersey, as a precaution ahead of Hurricane Irene. The company also says its terminals are shutting down until it is safe to resume operations.
Gasoline futures declined Friday but rose nearly 3 percent for the week amid hurricane fears.
The Swiss Franc has become the "new gold" as investors turn to money markets in an environment governed by fear, Jon Cox, Head of Swiss Research at Kepler Capital Markets told CNBC.1st paragraph of story should go here
The economy is increasingly at risk of falling into recession, and could be more so if the stock market doesn't find its sea legs sometime soon.
Markets are caught up in the push pull of worry about Europe's debt crisis and sluggish U.S. growth.
"For the Swiss franc to look like an attractive funding currency again when it is in competition with so many other currencies at the moment we would need to see....direct intervention on the part of the Swiss National Bank," Adam Cole, head of currency strategy, RBC. He added that he did not expect much in the way of dovish comments from Fed chairman Ben Bernanke when he speaks on Friday.
Investors will be watching the Fed as it meets at its annual Jackson Hole gathering this week for signs of new stimulus plans as the economic outlook gets worse.
A look at a currency trade on the Norwegian krone Rebecca Patterson put on a month ago, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.
Investors are looking for any safe haven in a storm — it's time for your FX Fix.
Thursday's slump in markets globally will continue in coming months as the fundamental problems facing the global economy continue, analysts told CNBC Friday.