U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday, with investors set to delve through fresh economic data.
Aneeka Gupta, equity & commodities strategist at ETF Securities, argues that a stronger U.S. dollar - and subsequently weaker euro - will benefit the European economy.
The dollar inched up against the yen on Wednesday after upbeat U.S. economic data reinforced expectations for economic growth.
U.S. equities closed mostly flat ahead of Christmas, as the Dow tried again to reach the psychologically important level of 20,000.
BNY Mellon Chief Currency Strategist Simon Derrick takes a look at where the U.S. dollar is heading in the coming months.
Protectionism has been building for years and it's already a problem, says Paul Donovan, global chief economist at UBS Wealth Management.
Ron William, founder and principal market strategist at RW Market Advisory, speaks about the relationship between the U.S. dollar and the euro.
The greenback was set to stay strong, with the Fed potentially hiking rates more than expected, said Roy Teo, senior FX strategist at ABN AMRO Bank.
The dollar rally sucked the air out of emerging markets, but funds will return next year, said HSBC's Herald Van Der Linde.
Interest in U.S. commercial real estate is perking up, particularly from China, as expectations of pro-growth policies from Trump spark demand.
The dollar headed into the Christmas break on Friday just over half a percent off highs hit after this month's Fed meeting.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on how the strong dollar can impact global markets. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on the emerging markets.
Stocks fell as investors digested a series of economic data, while the Dow struggled to reach a key psychological level.
Robin Bhar, head of metals research at Société Générale, explains why industrial commodities such as copper and zinc have been looking positive after Donald Trump's election to U.S. president.
The pound may have recovered from its post-Brexit lows, but it’s set to face another round of Brexit heat, analysts said.
While the U.S. dollar is expected to continue to strengthen, Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, reveals why the tide may turn on the currency by mid-2017.
Markets are betting the greenback will climb, but now is the time to go short, said Adrian Zuercher, UBS' head of asset allocation for Asia.
However, the energy and materials sectors in Asia are doing well right now, says Kieran Calder at Union Bancaire Privée.
The dollar is also a crowded trade, says Ray Attrill at National Australia Bank.
The dollar dipped for a second day as traders booked profits ahead of a batch of U.S. data later in the day.