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After falling to a three-year low earlier this week, the dollar is higher on Thursday.
The U.S. dollar continues to be under pressure. Not helping matters: fresh comments from U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
The dollar's decline continued Monday, pushing the greenback to a three-year low on foreign exchange markets and investors -- and central banks -- turn to alternate currencies in a robust global economy.
South Korean officials reportedly are investigating whether North Korea was involved in the theft from and collapse of a bitcoin exchange.
Bitcoin futures jump in first day of trading, but fall back in late trade Monday night.
Quarles noted that digital currencies like Bitcoin, which has skyrocketed over 900% year-to-date, continue to pose serious risks.
This follows similar moves this year by CME Group and CBOE Global Markets which have both launched Bitcoin futures.