The euro fell more than 1 percent against a buoyant U.S. dollar on Tuesday.» Read More
The euro sank below $1.08 for the first time in almost 12 years, as the latest round of dollar gains brought into focus a run towards parity.
The dollar jumped to an 11-1/2 year high as U.S. employment growth bolstered market sentiment that the Fed was closer to raising interest rates.
The euro fell on Thursday below $1.10 for the first time since 2003 and the U.S. dollar added to gains.
The dollar reached highs on Wednesday on solid U.S. jobs and business data, as the euro sank below $1.11 to an 11-1/2 year low.
The dollar softened on Tuesday after touching an 11-year high against major currencies.
The dollar edged up with the greenback touching an 11-year peak despite soft economic data.
The dollar index ended stayed on track for a record eighth month of gains on improving data and comments from Fed officials.
The dollar rose to a one-month high as data on U.S. inflation and business orders and Fed officials' remarks.
The dollar edged down after Fed Chair Janet Yellen held back from giving a clear view on when the Fed may begin raising interest rates.
The dollar edged down against the yen Janet Yellen suggested the Fed won't be rushed into kicking off the U.S. interest rate tightening cycle.
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The Swiss franc shed over 1 percent against the dollar, dropping towards five-week lows as some of the Greece-related safety flows waned.
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The euro jumped against the dollar in midday trading on reports that a deal had been reached between Greece and the European Central Bank.
The dollar recovered on talk the Swiss National Bank was buying the greenback.
As fears of a global currency war grow, all eyes in Asia are on whether China will devalue its currency to avert a sharper economic slowdown.
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The euro recovered from initial losses, helped by a bounce in German investor sentiment.
Noble's shares dropped for a second day despite analysts' skeptical view of an anonymous, critical research report comparing the company to Enron.
The euro inched higher ahead of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers that investors expect will find enough common ground to support Greece.