Jobs report

The U.S. dollar is up for the second consecutive week against a basket of foreign currencies ...

The jobs report came out with lower than expected jobs created, but n

Editor-in-Chief Daniel Collins discusses why the Fed did not pull the trigger on raising the rates in June.

The rallying equity markets and firm U.S. dollar is proving to be a toxic mix for the buck-denominated and perceived safe-haven gold.

The U.S. economy continued to expand from mid-May through the end of June, but there was little indication that inflation would surge any time soon, the Federal Reserve said today.
We asked traders, Does the strong job data for June mean the bad May numbers was an anomaly so the Fed can tighten as soon as July? Or is the Fed on hold indefinitely?

Fed minutes will be released later today. The market needs clarity and the Fed had the opportunity after the October report to stop the speculation.

The dollar hit an 11-year high, while the euro broke at its lowest since September 2003.
Applications for unemployment benefits are climbing--but that's a good thing, because it shows progress in the labor market.