U.S. stocks closed mixed on Wednesday as investors awaited remarks from the top Federal Reserve official.
Huw van Steenis, global head of strategy at Schroders, discusses his view that the U.S. dollar will continue to grind higher.
Policymakers will have to accept that their currencies will depreciate against the dollar, Singapore’s central bank chief said on Monday.
Kay Van-Petersen, Saxo Capital Markets, talks about the movements in the dollar, inflation and how the Fed might react.
Kay Van-Petersen at Saxo Capital Markets talks about the President-elect's latest comment that the dollar was too strong.
Investors eyed an upcoming speech by the head of the Federal Reserve and U.S. inflation data for clues on the path of interest rates.
Tim Seymour, managing partner at Triogem AM, talks about how the politics have impacted the markets.
There's a lot of noise in the markets instead of focus on signals, such as expected Fed hikes, says Win Thin at Brown Brothers Harriman.
Michael Kelly, MD at Pinebridge Investments, weighs in on the U.S. markets and where the USD is headed.
The potential for a rebound in the dollar has increased in the run-up to the presidential inauguration day.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Steve Auth, Federated Investors Equities CIO, and Katie Nixon, Northern Trust Wealth Management CIO, weigh in on the markets ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration.
The "Futures Now' team discusses the U.S. dollar's lowest level since early December.
Presidents can certainly influence the economy, but they can't control it, New York Times correspondent Neil Irwin reports.
U.S. equities fell on Tuesday, with financials lagging, as uncertainty around President-elect Donald Trump's policies grew.
Markets are on edge as the president-elect has not provided a lot of detail on trade, says Eric Robertsen at Standard Chartered Bank.
Trump’s plan to goose infrastructure spending offers investment opportunities, said Ding Xuedong, chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund.
Theresa May triggered the pound's biggest jump in eight years.
Kit Juckes at Societe Generale weighs in on the direction of the pound and the dollar.
Sterling was hit by fears that Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Tuesday that Britain will lose its access to the EU single market.