The euro fell to fresh 11-year lows against the dollar after the ECB said on Thursday it would pump a trillion euros into the euro zone economy.» Read More
Dhiren Sarin, Chief Technical Strategist, Asia Pacific at Barclays says the Shanghai Composite is one of his favorite trades for 2013 as the market shows some bullish signs. He expects the market to hit the 2,550 - 2,600 level.
European shares closed higher on Thursday afternoon after stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data.
David Riedel, President & Founder, Riedel Research Group recommends investing in well-run Hong Kong listed mid-cap companies that have exposure to China.
While China recently introduced new measures to attract more foreign capital into the country, Kingsley Jones, Founder and CIO at Jevons Global says that much of the capital is immobile because investors are not sure where to go.
A recent warning from a Japanese minister about excessive yen weakness continued to underpin the currency.
CNBC's Rick Santelli explains how exports are impacting currency prices.
European shares ended mostly flat on Wednesday, bouncing off intraday lows as many investors used the early dip to boost their exposure to equities.
Asian shares ended in the red on Wednesday as cautious investors waited for crucial economic data from China later this week, while the yen's extended gains spurred profit taking in Japanese equities after their recent rally.
The yen on Tuesday posted its best one-day gain against the euro in seven months and rose against the dollar after falling four straight days.
Technology stocks fell to push European shares lower and send Germany's benchmark DAX index to a 2013 low on Tuesday.
Peter Alexander, Managing Director, Z-Ben discusses reasons and implications of the ongoing internationalization of the renminbi.
The euro rose against the dollar for a third straight session Monday, touching an 11-month high, as investors continued to trade off of diminished expectations of ECB monetary easing.
China's FX reserve growth is slowing, so this strategist sees less need for China to buy euros (and other currencies) for diversification.
Japan set the stage for a global currency war, which could hamper the global recovery and relatively robust stock market.
Central banks increasingly want to hold yuan as trade with China grows, a move that would boost the currency.
European equities ended at their lowest in nearly a week on Monday, with an early sell-off in U.S. shares on concerns over demand for Apple's iPhone 5 prompting some investors to take profits.
Asian stocks ended slightly higher on Monday, helped by a 3 percent boost in mainland Chinese shares but trading volume remained light with Japanese financial markets shut for a public holiday.
The euro rose to its highest level since April 2012 against the dollar Friday with investors continuing to trade on the absence of any hints as to future euro zone interest rate cuts.
The dollar corrects after Thursday's selloff and a credit rating cut hits the rand - it's time for your FX Fix.
Asian shares ended mixed on Friday as a pick-up in Chinese inflation prompted profit taking, with mainland shares slumping 1.8 percent. But Japan's Nikkei managed to defy broader regional weakness as the yen logged fresh losses.