The euro tumbled on Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank discussed a further interest rate cut.
The dollar rose against emerging market and commodity-linked currencies on Wednesday.
The euro rose against the dollar on Tuesday, after falling for three straight sessions.
The euro slipped to a 10-day low against the dollar on Monday, as investors eyed a European Central Bank meeting later in the week.
The dollar rose broadly, as traders reckoned the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates later this year.
The dollar rose against a basket of currencies as underlying domestic inflation strengthened more than expected in September.
Oleg Deripaska, president of aluminium producer Rusal, says Russia still relies upon state-owned businesses and government actions.
The dollar sank to a seven-week low against a basket of currencies on Wednesday.
Alexander Novak, Russian minister of energy, says the global oversupply of oil is not caused by Russia, but by other countries which have started producing oil.
Currencies linked to Chinese growth fell for the first time in over a week on Tuesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin discusses the country’s position in the Syrian crisis and recent remarks made by U.S. president Barack Obama.
President Putin says the U.S. did not provide Russia with enough information on Syria, reports CNBC's Geoff Cutmore.
Alexei Yakovitsky, CEO and chairman of VTB Capital, says he sees some capital coming back into Russia and that his business will hopefully make a profit this year.
Elvira Nabiullina, Russian Central Bank governor, says the bank is data dependent and is closely watching markets to see from where inflationary pressures may come.
The dollar hovered near a three-week low on Monday, anchored by the doubts over the potential for a rise in U.S. interest rates this year.
The U.S. dollar hit multi-week lows against the euro and Swiss franc on Friday.
The U.S. dollar held lower on Thursday after the release of the Federal Reserve minutes.
Optimism toward global economic growth boosted risk appetite and drove the U.S. dollar higher.
The dollar slipped against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday on continued expectations that the Fed will not hike this year.
The U.S. dollar rose against a basket of major currencies on renewed risk appetite.