NEW YORK The dollar rose on Thursday, rebounding from a slide investors considered overdone following remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump that the currency was getting too strong and he would prefer the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low.
NEW YORK The dollar fell broadly on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said the dollar was "getting too strong" and that he would prefer that the Federal Reserve keep interest rates low.
NEW YORK The dollar fell broadly on Tuesday, nearly touching a five-month low against the Japanese yen, as geopolitical risk and declining U.S. Treasury yields pushed traders out of the greenback.
NEW YORK The dollar edged lower on Monday as U.S. Treasury yields dipped and traders consolidated Friday's gains on low volume to start the holiday-shortened U.S. trading week.
NEW YORK, April 7 Foreign exchange strategists expect the Mexican peso to retreat over the next six months, but many fund managers remain bullish, saying the currency is undervalued.
NEW YORK/LONDON Venezuela will likely stay current on its debt and make about $3 billion in payments next week, according to some investors and bondholders, voicing guarded optimism even amid worsening turmoil for the country.
NEW YORK/LONDON, April 4 Venezuela will likely stay current on its debt and make about $3 billion in payments next week, according to some investors and bondholders, voicing guarded optimism even amid worsening turmoil for the country.
Global debt rose to 325 percent of the world's gross domestic product in 2016, totalling $215 trillion, an Institute for International Finance report released on Monday showed, boosted by the rapid growth of issuance in emerging markets.
Mexican airports and tourism operators are fast becoming a hotspot for investors betting they will escape the trade-related worries that have squeezed some other assets there, with lingering weakness in the peso seen providing further upside.
NEW YORK The dollar was flat on Friday as a Federal Reserve official's seemingly dovish remarks and uninspiring data on the U.S. economy "squelched" the sanguine mood from earlier this week.