The Mexican peso and Canadian dollar gained as investors upped their bets on a win for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
Possible election trades include dollar/yen and the Mexican peso, says Nordea Markets' Jesper Bargmann.
The markets have discounted Mexican assets because of the election but they have solid fundamentals, says Brandywine Global IM's Jack McIntyre.
The dollar jumped on Monday as news that Hillary Clinton would not face criminal charges gave the U.S. presidential contender an eleventh hour boost.
The currency has weakened as Trump rose in the polls, while it's strengthened on hopes for a Clinton win, noted ANZ Research's Khoon Goh.
Investors in Asia are unwinding back risk hedges in anticipation of a Clinton victory, notes JPMorgan's Laura Fitzsimmons.
The dollar slipped against the safe-haven Swiss franc on Friday on nervousness ahead of next week's U.S. presidential election.
The Australian dollar is very sensitive to any risks that threaten global growth, notes Westpac Bank's Sean Callow.
Politics dominated currency markets on Thursday as election worries kept the dollar weak against the yen.
The U.K. currency spiked against the dollar on Thursday morning with the country's high court ruling that any proposed Brexit plan would have to be approved by lawmakers before being implemented.
Buying into longer-tenure volume in the dollar/peso could be a hedge against political risk in the U.S., says J.P. Morgan's Sally Auld.
The dollar hit lows on Wednesday on continued nervousness about a potential victory for Donald Trump next week.
The Mexican peso has become the proxy for U.S. presidential election sentiment this year, and the trend was holding true on Wednesday.
Manish Singh, chief investment officer at Crossbridge Capital, discusses which foreign currencies to invest in ahead of the U.S. election.
The dollar hit lows Tuesday on U.S. political uncertainty, while the peso hit a low on positioning for a potential victory for Trump.
The dollar rose Monday on reduced worries over the FBI's investigation of more emails linked to Clinton's use of a private server.
The dollar on Friday after data showing a deceleration in consumer spending overshadowed a economic growth reading.
Markets got a jolt Friday afternoon when it was revealed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking at new emails related to Hillary Clinton.
The currency fell more than 1 percent against the U.S. dollar after news that the FBI is investigating new emails related to Hillary Clinton.
The dollar hit a high on comments from Sweden's central bank, and on expectations of a December Federal Reserve rate hike.