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.
Bitcoin is subject to wild swings, as miners have undoubtedly noticed by now.
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The cryptocurrency was falling as much as 8% on Wednesday.
Asian shares rise after global finance leaders urge central bankers to stick to easy money policies
Digital currency bitcoin hits a record high of $5,856 early Friday. That move higher apparently has caused more sharp comments by Jamie Dimon.
From North Korea to weakening U.S. economic data, the greenback still seems poised to fall. Here is why.
The dollar moves higher after jobs whiffed on economists' expectations.
Analysts said the dollar could go higher still given the market's soft expectations.