The euro erased losses against the dollar after hitting a nine-day low on reduced concerns surrounding Deutsche Bank's health.
The U.S. dollar hit an eight-day high against the yen on Thursday on reduced appetite for the safe-haven currency.
The U.S. dollar hit a roughly five-month low after OPEC sources told Reuters the producing group agreed to reduce its oil output.
Robert Bergqvist, chief economist at SEB, discusses the challenges facing central banks, saying that policy so far has yet to yield economic growth and inflation.
The dollar rose against the euro after concerns surrounding Deutsche Bank caused general unease over Europe's banking sector.
The dollar fell against the yen after comments from a top BOJ official and uncertainty from impending U.S. presidential debate.
Sterling was weaker on Monday, trading near a five-week low, as lingering worries over Britain's exit from the European Union drove investors to sell.
Paul Johnson, director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, discusses the potential for more austerity driven fiscal policy in British politics.
The dollar index edged higher on Friday, reversing earlier selling, after comments from Boston Fed Reserve President Eric Rosengren.
The dollar was mixed after a Fed meeting that balanced hints of a rise in interest rates this year with cuts in the longer term outlook.
The dollar extended losses against a basket of major currencies after the U.S. Federal Reserve left monetary policy unchanged.
The dollar edged up against major currencies on Tuesday in light trading as investors retraced last week's moves ahead of meetings.
The dollar fell with a stronger oil price the chief theme in a market battening down the hatches ahead of Fed and BOJ meetings.
Hong Kong's overnight yuan borrowing rate was fixed at the highest level in eight months on Monday after the long holiday weekend.
The dollar was on course to fall after U.S. retail sales data quelled lingering bets on the Fed raising interest rates next week.
The U.S. dollar reversed earlier gains against the yen on Thursday as traders doubted that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) would be able to weaken the yen.
Markets are wrong to assume the Bank of England will keep interest rates at an “extraordinarily low level for an extended period,” an ex-member of the bank said.
The Bank of England opted to hold base interest rates at record lows on Thursday and to maintain the size of its newly enlarged asset-purchasing program.
CNBC's Carolin Roth reports European stocks are choppy ahead of the Bank of England's interest rate announcement.
Richard de Meo, founder and managing director of Foenix Partners, shares his view on sterling and the Bank of England's monetary policy.