The dollar edged down on Monday, having notched up its biggest weekly gain in a month last week as investors raised their long bets to the highest level since early 2017, although concerns the economic rebound may be fading has prompted caution about the outlook.
China’s commerce ministry said on Monday it had filed a complaint to the World Trade Organization regarding Washington’s proposed tariff list on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods on July 16.
French banks won a landmark court victory against the European Central Bank on Friday, giving them an exemption from holding capital against customer deposits parked with a state-owned fund.
Bond traders are anticipating that an end to the Federal Reserve’s cycle of monetary policy tightening could come as early as next year, facing down policymakers that expect to raise interest rates for longer.
China’s economic growth slowed as expected in the second quarter as the government’s efforts to tackle debt risks crimp activity and an intensifying trade war with the United States threatens to knock exports.
Theresa May struggled to breathe new life into her Brexit plan on Sunday, insisting her proposal to stay close to Brussels regulations was necessary to avoid a “chaotic” EU departure, even as critics within her own party launched new assaults against the compromise.
New Zealand’s inflation data may go some way to explaining why hedge funds are getting increasingly bearish on the kiwi.
Less onerous regulatory requirements and the proximity to markets where retail FX is prohibited continue to encourage brokers to set up shop in the Middle East, despite ongoing state protection for the Saudi Arabian currency.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Foreign Exchange Committee has issued a letter criticising market participants for trying to shift the burden of enforcing internal policies and controls towards FX dealers.
The U.S. government is taking steps to protect agricultural markets from high-frequency traders—a move some say will make little difference down on the farm.
The European Association of Corporate Treasurers has today launched a register for corporates adhering to the FX Global Code.
For banks that finance trade in Asia, the tariff war between the U.S. and China couldn’t come at a worse time.
Goldman Sachs’ statistical model for the World Cup sounded impressive, but it was wring again and again.
Wells Fargo disclosed it’s setting aside another $285 million to refund foreign-exchange and wealth-management clients.
Bloomberg Finance LP hit UBS AG with a suit in New York federal court Thursday accusing the bank of violating an agreement that bars it from redistributing proprietary data through its portfolio analysis and risk management software.
The asset manager has set up a working group to investigate ways it can take advantage of the fast-growing cryptocurrency market.
The Financial Stability Board today published a report delivered to the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors on the work of the FSB and standard-setting bodies on crypto-assets.
The world of cryptocurrency is traditionally known to have a number of setbacks for beginners that are trying to break into it.
The key question confronting anyone thinking of trading, or investing, in bitcoin is – what is the rationale for buying?
Regulatory gaps and insufficient levels of defense have made some exchanges simple to breach.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank will go live next month with a blockchain-backed trade finance platform set to link up with 21 banks, including HSBC and Standard Chartered.
Sovereign wealth funds, widely regarded as some of the world’s most sophisticated institutional investors and the most prestigious clients of asset managers, are retreating from traditional active management for equities in favour of low-cost index-tracking strategies.
China has allowed its currency to weaken but won’t use it as a weapon – yet.
Investors trimmed their bearish positions on emerging Asian currencies over the past two weeks, a Reuters poll showed, although escalating Sino-U.S. tensions worsened the mid-term outlook for regional units.
With the Federal Reserve still boosting interest rates and President Donald Trump still raising tariff threats, the bottom for emerging markets remains some way away, market players say.