- $NZD, $AUD, and $CAD are expected to be the most active majors vs $USD with 1W implied volatility at 8.77, 8.38, and 7.28 respectively.
- US Equities Futures: S&P 500 2,049.25 (-0.10%); Nasdaq 4,609.25 (-0.04%); Dow 30 17 Read More
Money managers for Asia’s wealthiest families say they’ll be looking elsewhere for returns after chasing the U.S. dollar’s gains in the past three years.
UBS Group AG, the world’s largest private bank, is telling clien Read More
The dollar snapped a two-week losing streak against the euro Friday as investor optimism about the course of Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes in 2016 helped support the U.S. currency. Read More
All three major indexes extended losses on Friday, falling more than 1.5 percent, and were on track for their worst weekly performance in a month as growing oversupply concerns dragged down crude oil prices to their 7-year lows.
Wall Street was set for kicking off December on an upbeat note on Tuesday, with stock futures tracking a positive session in Asia ahead of closely watched economic events this week that could determine future U.S. monetary policy.
Oil prices fell Friday, pressured by a stronger dollar and growing pessimism that the global oversupply of crude remains strong.
January crude closed down $1.33, or 3.1%, to $41.71 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Read More
The S&P 500 index logged its best weekly gain in nearly a year Friday after a series of strong earnings, particularly from retailers, helped boost the stock-market benchmark.
Comments from a number of Federal Reserve offici Read More
Oil prices kicked off the week higher, helped by data indicating China's appetite for crude oil remains strong and a further fall in U.S. drilling activity.
Upbeat comments about global demand for crude by officials from the Or Read More
Oil prices slipped Friday as the dollar surged after China introduced new stimulus measures to boost its flagging economy.
The benchmark U.S. crude contract ended down 78 cents, or 1.7%, at $44.60 a barrel on the New York Merca Read More
U.S. stocks traded lower in afternoon activity Monday, as steep losses in energy stocks, following a drop in oil prices, continued to weigh on the main indexes.
The S&P 500 was off by 5 points, or 0.3%, to 2,027, with seven Read More