The U.S. dollar traded higher on Wednesday as investors digested Donald Trump's stunning victory over Hillary Clinton.
The dollar tiptoed higher early on Wednesday, as markets put a higher chance on Hillary Clinton winning the U.S. presidential election.
The Mexican peso and Canadian dollar gained as investors upped their bets on a win for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
The dollar jumped on Monday as news that Hillary Clinton would not face criminal charges gave the U.S. presidential contender an eleventh hour boost.
The dollar slipped against the safe-haven Swiss franc on Friday on nervousness ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election.
Politics dominated currency markets on Thursday as election worries kept the dollar weak against the yen.
The U.K. currency spiked against the dollar on Thursday morning with the country's high court ruling that any proposed Brexit plan would have to be approved by lawmakers before being implemented.
The dollar hit lows on Wednesday on continued nervousness about a potential victory for Donald Trump next week.
The dollar hit lows Tuesday on U.S. political uncertainty, while the peso hit a low on positioning for a potential victory for Trump.
The dollar rose Monday on reduced worries over the FBI's investigation of more emails linked to Clinton's use of a private server.
The dollar on Friday after data showing a deceleration in consumer spending overshadowed a economic growth reading.
The dollar hit a high on comments from Sweden's central bank, and on expectations of a December Federal Reserve rate hike.
The dollar fell as the greenback looked vulnerable to weakness on uncertainty surrounding Fed monetary policy and the US election.
Singapore's commercial property outlook may have turned grim, according to forecasts from Colliers.
The dollar hit highs on Tuesday on growing expectations that the Fed would raise interest rates in December.
The dollar gained against the yen on Monday on growing expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate increase in December.
Don't believe the hype about a Singapore property pick-up, Nomura said, addressing some "half-truths" about one of Asia's real estate hotspots.
The dollar rose on Friday, boosted by higher expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year and by the euro weakening.
The euro fell Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank did not discuss ending bond purchases.
The euro weakened Wednesday, a day before the European Central Bank is due to meet, with investors focused on Mario Draghi.