US accuses Switzerland, Vietnam of manipulating currency
US Treasury removes currency manipulator label on China
Dissenting voices have 'rarely been as loud and persistent'
Christine Lagarde, incoming head of the European Central Bank, might find her options limited during her first year or more in office
US President Donald Trump -- seen with Fed chief Jerome Powell at the White House in November 2017 -- has repeatedly hit out at the head of the US central bank
The US has labelled China a currency manipulator because of the yuan's recent depreciation against the dollar
At a time, the currency war between the U.S and China is raging here comes news that the central bank of China is all set to issue its sovereign digital currency.
US manufacturers traditionally have been wary of a strong American currency because makes exports more expensive
Wall Street is in for one wild ride following China's devaluation of the yuan.
US Economy 2017: Is Another Financial Crisis On the Way? European Banks Warn Against Easing Banking Regulations
ECB head Mario Draghi also denied Trump administration charges the euro is being manipulated, creating a massive trade deficit with Germany.
China's currency has hit record lows against the dollar, in another sign that the world's largest economy could be entering a broader crisis.
The United States issued a fresh warning to Japan against competitive currency devaluation Saturday, exposing a rift on exchange rate policy.
Japanese Yen Hits 17-Month High Against US Dollar; Central Bank Could Implement More Stimulus Measures Later This Month
Central bank efforts to keep Japan’s currency down aren’t working. Early Friday, the yen reached a 17-month high against the U.S. dollar.
China has spent big on propping up its currency, amid an economic slowdown, and analysts expect a record drop in its foreign exchange reserves.
Talk of a bomb test in North Korea further soured sentiment among investors early Wednesday.
Russian Economy 2015: Ruble Overvalued As Crude Oil Prices Drop, Threatening Kremlin Budget And Recession, Credit Suisse Says
“The revenues from oil exports need to increase, and I don’t see any other solution but through devaluing the ruble,” a Credit Suisse analyst said.
Member states of the Group of 20 agreed to refrain from competitively devaluing their currencies.
The price of gold has been under heavy pressure this year due to expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve could raise its interest rates for the first time in almost a decade.
Regional markets have been depressed because of the ongoing volatility in Chinese markets as well as last week's devaluation of the yuan.
Financial analysts differ on whether a lower-valued yuan will cool imports at a time when the government is seeking to promote them.
Why Is China Devaluing Its Currency? US Lawmakers Call It Manipulation, Others See China Moving Toward Free Markets
While American lawmakers cry foul over supposed currency manipulation, China is actually moving to align more with global free-market standards.
China's central bank sought to reassure financial markets on Wednesday that it was not embarking on a steady depreciation.
The eurozone will commence a bond-buying program in March, but its specs are from the U.S. model.
On Monday, data showed that the world's third-largest economy unexpectedly slipped into recession in the third quarter.
The IMF warned that richer nations in particular faced the risk of economic stagnation unless they took steps to foster sustainable growth.
Fink did not mince words about Fed policy and the stock market with a New York audience.
Gold Prices Down More Than 5% After FOMC Announcement, Bernanke Signal Of Possible QE3 Taper, China Cash Crunch And Manufacturing Weakness
The price of gold has fallen by nearly one-third since October 2012 - but where is the world's most precious metal headed from here?
PIMCO Leader Takes Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke To Task Over Low Interest Rates, Saying They Aren't Working And May Be Part Of The Problem
PIMCO's Bill Gross, head of the world's largest bond fund, critiqued Ben Bernanke's bond policy, saying the Fed is as much at fault as Congress.
The Bank of Israel is taking a pointer from Abenomics in another harbinger of what could be a spreading global currency war.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's policies appear to be helping exporters, according to the latest BoJ report.