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Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity chief market strategist, discusses the best way to play the weak U.S. dollar at home and overseas.
Paul Richards, Medley Global Advisors, discusses how the bond yields and dollar index have reacted to debt ceiling support from President Trump.
The Dow slipped on Thursday after banking stocks led declines and Disney's CEO warned about the company's profits.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Thursday, as investors geared up for Fed speeches and news from the ECB's latest meeting.
The euro jetted past $1.20 and was on course for its biggest daily percentage gain against the U.S. dollar in nearly two weeks on Thursday.
The European Central Bank is expected to jawbone the currency lower at it meeting Thursday, but the tone is important, says Elsa Lignos, global head of FX Strategy, RBC Capital Markets.
U.S. stocks rose after two top Democratic leaders said Donald Trump would support a plan to raise the debt ceiling for three months.
David Lyon of JPMorgan discusses the difficult positions the Fed and ECB are in, and how their actions may impact global growth.
U.S. equities were set for a rebound on Wednesday, with stock futures trading higher, led by some large-cap tech names.
Australia has not suffered a classic recession, two straight negative quarters, in GDP since 1991.
The Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in December as there remains room for the central bank to remove accommodation, says Patrick Bennett of CIBC.
North Korea tensions aren’t driving gold rally, Goldman Sachs said in a note on Tuesday, pinning it on Trump-inspired uncertainty instead.
The U.S. dollar hit a multiyear low against the Canadian dollar on Wednesday.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
U.S. equities fell as tension between North Korea and the West sent jitters down Wall Street.
Stock futures pointed to a lower open as geopolitical concerns surrounding North Korea amplified jitters in trading.
The Australian dollar has room to fall, but it will likely take the central bank to keep jawboning it lower, says Wayne Gordon, commodity, rates and FX analyst, UBS.
The U.S. dollar index hit a one-week low against the yen and on track for its biggest decline in eight days.
Viktor Shvets, Commodities and Global Markets, Macquarie, says he expects the dollar to rebound in the coming months, but at a pace slow enough for emerging markets to deal with.
The U.S. economy might be chugging along, but with inflation still lacking, the Federal Reserve is unlikely to aggressively tighten policy, says Divya Devesh of Standard Chartered Bank.