The dollar gave back some ground on Monday as traders sold into a rally triggered by robust U.S. jobs data.
After a strong jobs report, market response not so enthusiastic.
European markets rising on strong U.S. jobs data, including shares of Alcatel-Lucent, reports CNBC's Carl Quintanilla.
The U.S. dollar soared against the euro and the yen on Friday, but some currency analysts are eyeing a short-term pullback in the greenback.
The jobs report gives the Fed reason to cut rates, and bears say equities have had problems in recent years when rates begin to rise.
The dollar edged up against a basket of currencies on Friday as investors looked to U.S. jobs and wages data.
Denmark's central bank is reaching for bigger bazookas to battle the speculators betting it will be forced to abandon its currency's peg to the euro.
The euro eased versus the dollar, with the focus on whether U.S. jobs data laterwill bolster the case for the Fedto consider raising interest rates.
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, says stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data will push the euro lower against the dollar as the greenback strengthens.
Floor-based options trading is a more complicated business.
AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, and O'Reilly reported strong earnings, but retail is mixed.
Jim Paulson, Wells Capital Management, and Philippe Brugere-Trelat, Franklin Templeton, provide insight on turbulence in U.S. markets and where to find opportunities in Europe.
A rally in the oil market that sent prices soaring 22 percent was technical in nature, John Kilduff tells CNBC.
Steven Saywell, global head of FX strategy at BNP Paribas, talks about the headwinds facing sterling.
Commodity prices and bond yields might be finding a floor, but falling earnings estimates create concerns for Q1.
The dollar fell after suffering its biggest one-day fall in a year, under pressure from many fronts amid oil-fueled gains by commodity currencies.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including Greece and Germany.
The news on oil is still mostly bearish but analysts and strategists are again trying to call a bottom.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars weakened further following the Reserve Bank of Australia's decision to cut interest rates.
The ZYNY world – or zero-yield to negative-yield – is set to drive another wave of yield chasers in the markets, JPMorgan said.