Peterson Institute for International Economics President Adam Posen says that "anything Mr Trump does only increases the likelihood that you get more rate hikes." » Read More
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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross discusses the flaws in NAFTA and the opportunities for U.S. and Mexican business.
U.S. equities closed lower on Tuesday after House Republicans unveiled legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.
China's forex reserves unexpectedly rose for the first time in eight months in February, rebounding above $3 trillion as a regulatory crackdown and weakness in the dollar helped staunch capital outflows.
EMs are more likely to weather a Fed rate hike as their domestic economies are more "balanced," says Yonghao Pu of Fountainhead Partners.
Citi argues that the correlation between dollar strength and the price of commodities is now gone.
Kelvin Tay of UBS Wealth Management says the U.S.' widening twin deficit is the reason behind the dollar weakening.
Credit Suisse's Robert Parker noted that buying the Vix, or fear index, was probably the most effective hedge.
Claudio Piron of BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research weighs in on where he sees Federal Reserve policy headed.
The dollar steadied against a basket of currencies in early European trade, still stuck below highs hit in December and January.
Stocks fell as the chances of tighter monetary policy from the Federal Reserve sunk in for investors, while geopolitical concerns increased.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson explains why U.S President Donald Trump's travel ban has not significantly affected his business as yet.
Rodrigo Catril of NABtalks about his expectations for the direction of the U.S. dollar and how Federal Reserve policy might play out.
The dollar rose against the euro after a former French prime minister ruled out standing in the country's presidential elections.
Stocks posted weekly gains, while Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen put an exclamation point on the possibility of a rate hike this month.
Sim Moh Siong of the Bank of Singapore says he expects the dollar to remain firm but it is unlikely to be setting new highs.
Daryl Liew of REYL Singapore says the key barometer for markets this year is how the U.S. dollar does.
Sean Callow of Westpac Bank says the markets are listening to Fed commentary, for once.
David Schiegoleit of The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank says to expect at least 2 interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve.
The dollar stalled after two days of strong gains on Friday, with nerves around a speech by Fed chief Janet Yellen due later in the day.
Stocks closed lower as financials lagged, while social media company Snap had a strong performance in its initial public offering.