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Greenback on the Brink as Fed Meeting and G20 Approach

The U.S. dollar seems to be teetering before some events with the potential to drive it lower. The U.S....

Why the U.S. Dollar Is Pushing to its Highest Level in...

The greenback surged yesterday as America's growth prospects kept outshining the rest of the world. Futures on the U.S....

‘Weak Dollar’ Trades Appear Before Powell and the Fed

The market's embracing a "weak dollar" sentiment, looking for more easy money from Jerome Powell's Federal Reserve tomorrow. Copper...

Bears Embrace a Dovish Fed

Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve tried to deliver a dovish announcement. But the market viewed it as hawkish, or just plain bearish. At one...

Options Recap: Can Emerging Markets Hold the Line?

Emerging markets have struggled for months, but one big options trader seems to think they'll hold the line. Check out the big transaction that crossed...

What’s Happening to the Dollar?

The greenback's turning red as panic leaves the market. The U.S. dollar index (@DX) fell 0.69 percent yesterday, its biggest decline in two months. Meanwhile,...

There Are Signs of Fear Leaving the Market

Stocks are bouncing today after Washington and Beijing exchanged tariffs. Beyond those headlines, various signs have suggested fear is leaving the market. First, look at...

Small Caps Keep Running: Midweek Sector Check

Increased global risk keeps investors focused on domestic stocks in the Russell 2000.

Winners and Losers as Rates Shoot Higher

First the five-year, then the 10-year. Now the yield on the 30-year bond is also hitting new highs. $TYX.X is the chart to watch on...
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