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Dollar mixed against major currencies

The dollar was mixed Tuesday as investors continued to weigh the impact of Osama bin Laden's death on the world economy. Full story

Dollar once again declining after brief rally

The dollar retreated again Monday after a brief rally following news of the death of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden. Full story

Dollar extends slide on views of low US rates

The dollar extended its slide against the world's other major currencies Friday on expectations that the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates low to nourish U.S. economic growth despite rising oil and food prices. Full story

Dollar falls as traders expect rates to stay low

The dollar's decline deepened after a report showed slowing U.S. growth, a day after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke signaled the key U.S. interest rate will stay low for some time. Full story

Suspected Somali pirate pleads not guilty in US

A Somali man the U.S. believes is the highest-ranking pirate it has ever captured pleaded not guilty in federal court Wednesday to piracy, kidnapping and weapons charges related to the February hijacking of a yacht that left four Americans dead. Full story

Timeline: A brief history of silver

U.S. silver futures on Monday jumped more than 8 percent to just below $50 an ounce, its highest since 1980, buoyed by a weak dollar and strong physical demand in Asia. Full story

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  The Energy Trade

Discussing whether demand for energy will over-power global economic concerns and moves in the U.S. Dollar, with John Kilduff, Again Capital and Chris Jarvis, Caprock Risk Management.

  Bond Bubble Bursting?

Weighing in on whether Treasury yields are headed even lower, with Richard Volpe, RBC co-head of USD rates.

  Bond Bubble Pop Today?

This may be the beginning of the end for the bond market, says Richard Volpe, RBS co-head of USD rates.

  Next Correction in Treasuries?

Is the bond bull market over? Insight with Richard Volpe, RBC co-head of USD rates.

  Talking Numbers: Dollar's Next Move

Is the US dollar getting set to rally? Walter Zimmermann, chief technical analyst United-ICAP, shares his insight.

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