LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar climbed off a five-week low and shares edged up on Tuesday as a heavy session of European data and earnings showed early promise before this week's trio of big central bank meetings. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar rebounded from a five-week low against a basket of major currencies in choppy trade on Monday as investors positioned ahead of this week's key U.S. economic data and U.S., euro zone and British central bank policy meetings. Full story
YANGON (Reuters) - President Thein Sein has proposed that a former head of the central bank of Myanmar be brought back as governor as part of reforms that will make it independent from the Ministry of Finance, a source at the president's office said on Monday. Full story
Learning from the market's past to understand its present. Full story
New York Fed president Bill Dudley is speaking out this morning and moving the markets, with CNBC's Steve Liesman; and Robert Sinche, Pierpont Securities; Dan Fitzpatrick, StockMarketMentor.com; and Steve Forbes, Forbes Media, discuss. "Rates have peak...
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the results from a CNBC Fed survey of what economists are expecting to hear from Ben Bernanke and the central bank.
Tom Higgins, BNY Mellon's Standish chief economist, and Paul Schatz, Heritage Capital, discusses whether the central bank could begin to downsize its $85 billion bond-buying program.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe as talks of possible monetary easing from the central bank of China boosted investor confidence.
A big swing for the markets after mixed signals from the Fed on when the central bank will taper its QE program. James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, says in the market will digest its gains in the second half of the year.
Philippines Central Bank Governor Amando Tetangco gestures during an interview at the central bank headquarters in Manila July 30, 2013. The Philippine central bank does not expect wild swings that can destabilise the peso currency because the strength of the economy remains a pull factor for invest
Hungary's central bank Governor Gyorgy Matolcsy speaks during a news conference in Budapest July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
Hungary's central bank Governor Gyorgy Matolcsy is seen on a camera screen as he speaks during a news conference in Budapest July 23, 2013. Hungary's central bank cut its main interest rate to a new low of 4 percent on Tuesday to boost the sluggish economy, and is expected to continue cutting despit