The dollar climbed back towards a 14-year high as the yen fell after the Bank of Japan held policy steady and fallout from attacks in Germany and Turkey subdued the euro.
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Japan’s financial regulators believe a US proposal to expand its swaps rules to non-US persons could be damaging.
Deal may help smooth path for Deutsche Börse deal with London counterpart.
Sterling dipped close to one-month lows against a broadly stronger dollar on Tuesday, kept under pressure by uncertainty over the process by which Britain will leave the European Union.
It’s time to short the sterling, according to the German bank.
For analysts trying to plot the course of the pound against the euro in 2017, the key decision is judging which side of the English Channel will see greater political turbulence.
As the yuan continues to depreciate against the dollar, opinion is widening over whether to prop it up – at great expense to China’s reserves – or let it fall, at the cost to its reputation.
The ringgit, which has weakened along with other emerging market currencies against the US dollar, has the strength to bounce back, said Malaysia’s Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani.
Asian currencies have weakened considerably against the surging greenback in the wake of the United States Federal Reserve’s decision last week to raise a key interest rate for the first time in a year.
China’s benchmark index, S&P futures and the pound were among the most notable plunges.
Volatile markets, political noise and a culture revamp will be the top themes in foreign exchange for 2017, predict currency experts.
FX market participants face numerous challenges next year in adhering to regulatory deadlines, according to experts on a recent Profit & Loss webinar.
New regulations aimed at slowing the yuan’s decline create confusion for multinationals.
Esma’s latest consultation is in response to a request from the EC to formulate an EU regulation on fees for trade repositories.
Currency data provided by the Reserve Bank of India in response to a right to information (RTI) query has sparked off another round of head-scratching from analysts, prompting the central bank to step in with an explanation.
Indonesia’s central bank is reviving a plan to redenominate the currency of Southeast Asia’s biggest economy despite the threat of market turmoil as the US steps up the pace of interest-rate increases.
The central bank buys dollars and maintains near-zero interest rates to protect exporter and producer profits.
Thomson Reuters’ co-head of trading has joined the board of a foreign exchange analytics venture founded by two former Morgan Stanley managing directors.
Goldman Sachs Group, JPMorgan Chase & Co and a group of other financial institutions including inter-dealer broker Icap’s venture arm are finalizing an investment in blockchain startup Axoni, people familiar with the deal said this week.
This addition of bitcoin futures contracts to the venue is due to high interest in cryptocurrency in Ukraine.
The Malaysian ringgit slipped to its weakest level in nearly 19 years versus the dollar as prospects of a faster pace of US interest rate rises in 2017 kept the greenback well bid.
The US dollar rose against the Taiwan dollar, gaining NT$0.003 to close at NT$31.970 as the greenback extended its momentum from a week earlier after the US Federal Reserve cut its key interest rates, dealers said.
GBP/ZAR had fluctuated widely throughout the day but by the end of the European session was trading almost -1% down.