Dollar firms in big week for FX markets; pound struggles

LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar held firm on Monday after posting its biggest weekly rise in six weeks as traders cut their bearish bets before a much-anticipated U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that might signal a change in the outlook for

FX volatility low, dollar up slightly as investors wait on inflation

FILE PHOTO: A U.S. five dollar note is seen in this illustration photo June 1, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration/File PhotoNEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar edged up slightly and currency market volatility on Tuesday hit the lowest level in more

Dollar drops on Democrat gains in U.S. senate election

LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar hit its lowest level in nearly three years on Wednesday with markets pricing in a Democrat win in the U.S. Senate election in Georgia that would pave the way for a larger fiscal stimulus package

Dollar rises from two-and-a-half-year lows, risk currencies retreat

LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar rose from a two-and-a-half-year low on Wednesday as investors assessed the likelihood of further fiscal stimulus in the United States, while a rally in riskier currencies lost steam.FILE PHOTO: U.S. Dollar and China Yuan notes

Euro dips as traders look towards ECB meeting

LONDON (Reuters) – The euro fell on Monday as traders that have pushed the single currency to multi-year highs took a breather and prepared for the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday to see if policymakers will introduce yet more

Dollar steadies after U.S. jobs report, focus shifts to ECB meeting

TOKYO (Reuters) – The dollar steadied in holiday-thinned trade on Monday after U.S. jobs data showed job growth slowed further in August, while traders shifted their focus to the European Central Bank’s meeting on Thursday. The U.S. Labour Department report

Dollar steadies after U.S. jobs report, focus shifts to ECB meeting

TOKYO (Reuters) – The dollar steadied in holiday-thinned trade on Monday after U.S. jobs data showed job growth slowed further in August, while traders shifted their focus to the European Central Bank’s meeting on Thursday. The U.S. Labour Department report