Articles by Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss

Dollar Gains After U.S. Payrolls Beat Forecast

The U.S. dollar rose on Friday after data showed the world's largest economy created more jobs than expected in June, cementing expectations of another 75 basis-point hike at the Federal Reserve's policy meeting later this month.

U.S. Dollar Retreats As Markets Re-assess Fed Rate Path

The U.S. dollar slipped on Friday and posted its first weekly decline this month, as traders pared back bets on where interest rates may peak and brought forward their outlook on the timing of rate cuts to counter a possible recession.

U.S. Dollar Rises To Two-year High; Yuan Tumbles

The U.S. dollar scaled two-year peaks, as a wave of risk aversion hit global markets, while the Chinese yuan posted its largest three-day losing streak in nearly four years on growing worries of an economic slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.

U.S. Dollar Rises To Nearly Two-year High On Hawkish Fed Comments

The U.S. dollar hit its highest in nearly two years on Tuesday, boosted by hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials who pushed for a quick reduction in the central bank's bloated balance sheet, with one of them expressing openness to hefty rate increases of half a percentage point.

Crypto Sector Posts Outflows For 2nd Straight Week - CoinShares

Cryptocurrency investment products and funds showed net outflows for a second straight week, a report from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday, on persistent concerns about regulation and the possible fallout from the Russia-Ukraine conflict.