Has the U.S. dollar outdone its rally?

Released: Sept. 17, 2015, 1 p.m.

The markets opened up roughly 25 points this morning as investors remain tentative about the Federal Reserve’s two-day meeting on monetary policy that kicks off today.

It's an impressive display of rising from the depths of falling popularity last fall, and it is starting to be felt in many areas, with major impacts on the future of energy.

"Super Thursday" was a success for the Bank of England.

Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in June

Markets are cyclical and even though it feels like the end of the world after years of junior resource stock market declines, history indicates that bear markets are actually an opportunity to own

The Federal Reserve might hike U.S. interest rates later this year as long as inflation firms and Greece and other international wildcards do not get in the way, a top Fed official said on Friday.
The Bank of Japan does not need to ease policy now despite stubbornly low inflation and headwinds from Greece and China, but instead can wait to see how the plunge in Shanghai shares affects the Japanese economy, a key economic adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday.