The dollar wallowed near seven-week lows in early Asian trade on Tuesday. » Read More
How did Malaysia's central bank simultaneously support its currency and increase foreign exchange reserves? That's a $500 million question.
The dollar rally has room to run, says Citi currency strategist Todd Elmer.
The dollar climbed past more of last year's peaks against the euro, pushing towards the parity that banks are saying is on the cards.
Recent dollar gains are capped for now, says Kirk West of Principal Global Investors.
The U.S. dollar might be at a 13-year-high but it's only just breaking out of a trading range, says JP Morgan's Adrian Mowat.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
On Wednesday, a measure of the greenback's strength versus a basket of major currencies climbed to its highest since March 2003.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Paul Richards, Medley Global Advisors president, weigh in on the Trump rally and whether it will be halted by the strong U.S. dollar and bond sell-off.
Stocks closed mixed as investors digested a number of economic data, including minutes from the Federal Reserve's November meeting.
Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equity strategy at JP Morgan, discusses U.S. markets and potential moves from the Fed this year.
U.S. dollar strength, economic growth worries and political risk could disrupt ASEAN markets, says Mixo Das at Nomura.
It's more important to focus on the stable yuan currency basket than the dollar/yuan rate, says StanChart Private Bank's Clive McDonnell.
U.S. dollar gains to hold for now. but large macro plays difficult, says Michael Every at Rabobank.
The dollar rose to around a 13-1/2-year peak on Wednesday after stronger-than-expected U.S. economic data.
Stocks closed higher, hitting new all-time highs, as investors kept an eye on Donald Trump's policy agenda.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks ahead at the day's market action including sectors, currencies and the Russell 2000.
Otmar Issing, ECB's first chief economist, told CNBC his enthusiasm for the euro has waned amid rising populism throughout the continent.