The euro weakened below $1.23 on Friday and is poised for its biggest weekly drop in two months
The dollar rose against the yen on Tuesday after Chinese President Xi Jinping's promise to cut import tariffs eased concerns about a trade conflict.
As the demand for cryptocurrency grows, global regulators are divided on the best way to police them.
The end result of US tariffs may be less than initially expected, says Oliver Salmon of Oxford Economics.
European equities tumbled by Thursday's close as traders reacted to weakness seen on Wall Street and policy announcements, amid concerns surrounding global trade.
The BOE kept its main interest rate unchanged Thursday, amid lower-than-expected inflation figures and modest improvements to wage increases.
Commerzbank Senior Economist Peter Dixon reacts to the latest interest rate decision from the Bank of England.
Commerzbank Senior Economist Peter Dixon speaks about how the Bank of England is managing the downside risk of Brexit.
The yen rose on Thursday, reaching a three-week peak against the dollar, as traders piled into the Japanese currency.
U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond will speak about the government's fintech strategy at a conference organized by the Treasury on Tuesday.
Most analysts are expecting the Bank of England to give a signal that May is a "live" meeting for a rate hike.
Elias Haddad of Commonwealth Bank also discussed the risks for the British pound ahead of Brexit trade negotiations.
The process of Brexit is starting to look a bit "flaky" as the British government attempts to find a way forward, says Marc Ostwald of ADM Investor Services.
Traders awaited Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's debut congressional testimony this week for clues on the next direction of trade.
Gold was earlier headed for its biggest weekly loss in 2018 as the dollar was boosted by minutes from the last U.S. Federal Reserve meeting.
The dollar wobbled Wednesday, after minutes from the Federal Reserve's recent policy meeting pointed to more rate hikes in months to come.
Bitcoin "has pretty much failed thus far on ... the traditional aspects of money," Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said.
European equities are waiting to see if the market turns sideways or lower after the recent U.S. correction, says Charles Newsome of Investec Wealth.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the Bank of England saying that they may be bringing larger-than-expected rate hikes in their upcoming monetary policy moves.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses the institution's approach to Brexit and the recent rout in global markets.