Dollar Pares Early Losses, But Stays Subdued

The U.S. dollar stayed mostly down in negative territory on Wednesday amid speculation the Federal Reserve will likely announce further monetary easing in the foreseeable future to offset the impact of trade war and boost the economy.Original Article Read More →

German Industrial Output Decline Exceeds Expectations

Germany's industrial production declined more-than-expected in June, fueling recession fears as trade disputes weigh on exports, official data showed Wednesday. Industrial production fell 1.5 percent on a monthly basis in June, reversing a revised 0.1 percent rise in May, Destatis Read More →

Dollar Mostly Firm Against Rivals

The U.S. dollar largely stayed firm against most of its rivals on Tuesday, although its movements against some of the currencies were largely sluggish as worries about escalating U.S.-China trade tensions continued to weigh on market sentiment.Original Article Read More →

Australia Leaves Rate Unchanged At Record Low

Australia's central bank left its key interest rate unchanged at a record low after cutting the rate by 25 basis points each at the previous two meetings. The board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, governed by Philip Lowe, maintained Read More →

U.S. Dollar Moves To The Downside As Trump Plans New Tariffs

After moving to the upside in the morning, the value of the U.S. dollar came under pressure over the course of trading on Thursday.Original Article Read More →

South Korea Industrial Output Gains 0.2% In June

Industrial output in South Korea rose a seasonally adjusted 0.2 percent on month in June, Statistics Korea said on Wednesday - following the 1.3 percent decline in May.Original Article Read More →