The euro edged back towards $1.24 on Thursday as investors shrugged off a rise in long-term U.S. bond yields and sold the dollar.
BIS found China's debt — measured by credit-to-GDP gap — surpassing an amount that could lead to a system fallout. The country also has a high level of debt servicing ratio, which made its banking system more vulnerable.
The euro edged higher on Monday after a short-lived sell-off tied to Italy's inconclusive weekend election.
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The dollar held its modest losses on Wednesday, even as the Federal Reserve's latest Beige Book showed U.S. business activity was expanding.
Economists at the Royal Bank of Canada gave an optimistic take on tax reform plans unveiled in the U.S., suggesting in its current form it will boost growth and urge investors to rethink the stock markets.
The year may be nearing its last lap, but Nomura isn’t done with currency trades, setting six to run through the end of 2017.
Australia's central bank is upbeat on the economic outlook, citing improving conditions in investment, consumption and the labor market.
Iron ore and metal prices will continue to provide support to the Australian dollar, says Saktiandi Supaat of Maybank.
Investors are feeling more confident in a shift in policy from central bankers, said Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec.
Growth in the Canadian economy will likely moderate in the coming months but still remain "above potential," central bank governor Stephen Poloz said.
The Bank of Canada has said no to using distributed ledger technology (DLT), also known as the blockchain, for the country's interbank payment system.
Canada’s dollar hit its lowest since December on the U.S.'s plans to slap tariffs on its Northern neighbors’ exports of softwood lumber.
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Weak Chinese trade data stoked safe-haven demand for the yen on Tuesday.
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Many expect more pain for Canada after the Bank of Canada's rate decision, reports CNBC's Deirdre Bosa.
The dollar rose against emerging market and commodity-linked currencies on Wednesday.
Canada cut rates this week while a U.S. policy transition is already sending ripples around the world at the same time tumbling commodities prices are biting into growth.
Central bankers compete with earnings headlines Thursday, and the earnings may actually be packing more surprises.