The pound struggled near a six-month low against the dollar on Tuesday hampered by persistent worries over Brexit that, in turn, weighed on the euro.
Jim Cramer discusses the inverted yield curve and Fed Chair Jerome Powell's response.
In his prepared testimony for a Senate committee hearing, Facebook's David Marcus said the company will not immediately profit from Libra.
The dollar was little changed to slightly higher on Monday in thin summer trading, with the greenback's upside potential hampered by expectations the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates at next week's policy meeting.
Stocks slipped after reaching record highs on Monday as Wall Street remained cautious to start off the corporate earnings season.
A proposal to prevent big technology companies from functioning as financial institutions or issuing digital currencies has been circulated for discussion among lawmakers.
The Fed's highly anticipated interest rate cut might not play out in the markets as investors expect.
The longtime market bull says, "We may go up 10% or 12% before we sell off," Siegel added, noting the Fed tends to overshoot when adjusting rates.
Stocks could struggle in the week ahead if earnings reports focus on the murky economic outlook and negative impacts from the trade war.
Yardeni Research's Edward Yardeni suggests President Trump is manipulating the Federal Reserve into cutting interest rates.
The billionaire tech entrepreneur said he's not so much concerned with Libra's impact on U.S. markets but at a global level.
The dollar fell for a third consecutive day on Friday as stronger-than-expected U.S. inflation data failed to shake convictions that the Federal Reserve will start cutting interest rates at a policy meeting later this month.
Gold rose as investors shrugged off concerns that stronger-than-expected inflation in the U.S. could influence the Fed's decision on cutting rates.
Stocks rose as investors ended a record-setting week on a high note after dovish testimony from the top Federal Reserve official.
Stellar performance from technology stocks led the S&P 500's run from 2,000 to 3,000, but the sector's phenomenal growth may still have some gas in the tank.
In a series of Twitter posts, U.S. President Donald Trump said the U.S. dollar is the "only one real currency in the USA."
China's dollar-denominated exports fell 1.3% in June from a year ago while imports fell 7.3% in the same period, the country's customs department reported on Friday.
Gerald O'Driscoll, former vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, told CNBC that President Donald Trump's public pressure on the Fed to lower rates may have backfired.
Investor Michael Farr believes the central bank could be making a mistake.
Larry Kudlow praised Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she urged Fed Chair Jerome Powell to keep monetary policy loose.