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U.S. equities closed mostly higher on Thursday as Wall Street digested former FBI Director James Comey's testimony.
David Woo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and David Zahn, Franklin Templeton head of European fixed income, weigh in on Mario Draghi's announcement on interest rates and its impact on the markets and currencies.
My view is I'm still hopeful there will be tax reform, says David Woo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, weighing in on how low interest rates are impacting bonds and the U.S. dollar.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open Thursday, as investors braced themselves for a slew of economic and political events.
The dollar rose to a 10-day high, boosted by a weaker British pound after Theresa May's Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority.
Stocks rose as investors hoped the testimony from former Comey will be less damaging to President Donald Trump than previously feared.
Futures pointed to a slightly higher open as investors prepare themselves for a deluge of news out of the political and economic spheres.
The euro fell more than half a percent on Wednesday after a report suggesting the ECB is preparing to cut its outlook for inflation.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
U.S. equities closed lower on Tuesday as Wall Street hedged bets ahead of key events slated for later this week.
Todd Elmer, Citi, weighs in on the direction of the dollar, yen and British pound this week.
The Trump administration plans to tap former One West CEO Otting for the long-delayed nomination to the comptroller of the currency.
The dollar fell to a more than six-week low against the yen, dipping below a key technical level.
U.S. equities closed slightly lower on Monday, but held near record levels, while shares of Apple declined on a rare downgrade.
Whether or not the dollar has more room to run this year depends on the prospects of fiscal stimulus, which appears unlikely, says Mitul Kotecha, Barclays.
The dollar rebounded against the euro as traders doubted that any ECB shift in policy stance could strengthen the euro further.
U.S. equities rose to record levels on Friday as Wall Street parsed through a jobs report that came in well below expectations.
Nicolas Sopel, RHB Research Institute Singapore, weighs in on the upcoming nonfarm payrolls report and the Federal Reserve's plans.
In the long-run, a reclusive U.S. could erode the status of the dollar as a supreme reserve asset globally, says Gareth Berry, Macquarie.
The dollar fell to seven-month lows on Friday after data showed the U.S. economy created fewer jobs than expected last month.