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By Jemima Kelly, Reuters | July 28, 2015
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By Nicholas Pardini | July 8, 2015
The world's most liquid market typically is an in and out trade. But what if you want to hold on longer?
By Andrea Wong and Anchalee Worrachate, Bloomberg | November 24, 2014
The yen dropped to almost a seven-year low versus the dollar as central banks worldwide add to monetary stimulus, damping demand for low-yielding haven assets such as Japan’s.
By Matt Weller | November 4, 2014
Just about every major currency features at least one top-tier economic report this week, and the New Zealand dollar is no exception.
By Matt Weller | October 6, 2014
Perhaps it’s a blessing in disguise that today’s economic calendar is essentially barren, because it feels like just one weekend was not enough to digest Friday’s robust Non-Farm Payroll report.
By Lucy Meakin and Mariko Ishikawa, Bloomberg | October 2, 2014
The dollar fell the most in two weeks on speculation the currency strengthened too rapidly in September and before factory orders data today that may highlight the uneven nature of the U.S. recovery.
By Matt Weller | September 30, 2014
King dollar remains on his throne for another day as all the other peasant currencies continue to battle for second place.
By Andrea Wong and Eshe Nelson, Bloomberg | August 19, 2014
The dollar rose against major peers as a report showed housing starts reached the highest level in eight months, adding to evidence the U.S. economy is gaining traction.
By Neal Armstrong and Andrea Wong, Bloomberg | July 28, 2014
The dollar fell against most of its 16 major peers on speculation the U.S. economy failed to rebound as much as investors forecast in the second quarter.