• Gold profits from bargain hunters, euro gain

    Gold Prices Fall Hard on ECB Restraint

    Gold prices fell Thursday as the European Central Bank head tapped down hopes of more government bond buying, hammering the euro and boosting the dollar.
  • A Spanish flag flutters over the Colon square in central Madrid

    Downgrade of Spain Ups Pressure on EU to Act

    A double-notch downgrade to Spain's credit ratings has piled more pressure on European leaders to make rapid progress on solving the region's debt crisis or face unbearable borrowing costs.
  • Euro extends losses vs dollar, falls 1 percent

    The euro extended its losses against the dollar to trade 1 percent lower on Thursday, reversing a small bounce made after the release of U.S. ISM manufacturing data.
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  • Bernanke says Fed to act if U.S. recovery stalls

    The Federal Reserve stands ready to ease monetary policy further if the budding U.S. economic recovery withers, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Wednesday, describing the outlook as unusually uncertain.
  • Instant View: Bernanke expresses concern about economy

    Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Wednesday the U.S. economy faces unusually uncertain prospects, and that the central bank was ready to take further steps to bolster growth if needed.
  • Euro rises vs dollar, inflation data boosts pound

    The euro rose on Tuesday after a smooth Greek treasury bill auction helped ease some concerns about Europe's debt crisis and took some of the sting out of another credit rating downgrade for Portugal. A strong start to U.S. corporate earnings season also boosted general appetite for risk, traders said, while data showing the U.S. trade deficit widened unexpectedly in May weighed on the dollar.
  • Euro steadies, heads for best week since May 2009

    The euro held near a three-week high against the dollar on Friday, heading for its biggest weekly gain in more than a year as investors debated the single currency's outlook while awaiting results of European bank stress tests.
  • Euro holds near 3-week high versus dollar

    The euro held near a three-week high against the U.S. dollar on Friday, heading for its biggest weekly gain in more than a year as results of Spain's bond auctions eased worries about the European debt crisis.
  • FOREX-Dollar down vs euro; aussie and kiwi jump

    The dollar fell against the euro for the second straight day on Thursday after a narrower-than-expected U.S. trade deficit for October and some improvement in jobless claims, reducing safe-haven demand for the greenback.
  • U.S. dollar falls as Bernanke affirms low rates

    The dollar fell from four-week highs on Monday as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke doused expectations the U.S. central bank would raise interest rates anytime soon. Bernanke said that while the U.S. economy has improved, the recovery remains fragile and the unemployment rate could remain high for some time. In remarks before the Economic Club of Washington, he added that he still sees an extended period of low rates. For his remarks, click on [ID:nN07169826].
  • Dollar falls for 5th month in row as Dubai woes ease

    The dollar fell broadly on Monday after a pledge to support Dubai's banks eased investors' concerns about the Arab emirate's debt problems, wiping out a safety bid for the greenback and driving it down against a currency basket for a fifth straight month.
  • Ivanka Trump to wed this weekend

    Ivanka Trump is getting ready to say I do to her beau Jared Kushner on Sunday.
  • Dollar recoups some losses as risk appetite fades

    The dollar recovered some of the week's losses on Friday, as news of a large quarterly loss at Bank of America and flagging consumer confidence dulled investor demand for higher-yielding, higher-risk currencies.
  • Forex.com parent seeks $125 mln in IPO

    Gain Capital Holdings Inc, an online provider of retail foreign exchange trading services, is planning to raise up to $125 million in the public markets, according to a regulatory filing on Monday.
  • Waning U.S. consumer mood raises recovery questions

    U.S. consumers' moods soured in early July on persistent worries about jobs, a survey showed on Friday, offering little hope their spending will help the sputtering economic recovery.
  • U.S. consumers' moods sour in early July: survey

    U.S. consumer sentiment wilted in early July to the weakest since March, when confidence in the financial sector and economy were at a low ebb, the Reuters/University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers showed on Friday.
  • U.S. consumers' mood sours in early July: survey

    U.S. consumer sentiment wilted in early July to the weakest since March, when confidence in the financial sector and economy were at a low ebb, the Reuters/University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers showed on Friday.
  • U.S. consumer sentiment sours in early July

    U.S. consumer sentiment wilted in early July to the weakest since March, when confidence in the financial sector and economy were at a low ebb, the Reuters/University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers showed on Friday.
  • U.S. consumers' moods sour in early July

    U.S. consumer sentiment wilted in early July to the weakest since March, when confidence in the financial sector and economy were at a low ebb, the Reuters/University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers showed on Friday.

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