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Investors assume president-elect Donald Trump will get his tax cuts and spending plans throough Congress, according to Stephen Davies of Javelin Wealth Management.
Malaysia's currency has tumbled in the "Trump tantrum," and analysts disagree on whether that's just the beginning or near the end.
A yuan drop to 7 to the dollar may not be far off, according to HSBC's Herald van der Linde.
The dollar retreated against its major currency peers, a pullback in U.S. bond yields spurring some profit-taking.
Dollar gains may wane once Trump stimulus plans clear, says Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management.
Cyclical assets on the upswing over defensive plays, says Zal Devitre of Citibank Singapore.
Investors see U.S. equities and fixed income in demand, says Frank Troise of Leonteq Securities.
Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, discusses the euro/dollar relationship.
Eric Lonergan, macro fund manager at M&G Investments, discusses potential moves from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Graeme Bencke, portfolio manager of global equities at PineBridge Investments, talks about how markets and stocks are reacting on the back of a stronger U.S. dollar.
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.