The euro fell to the lowest levels of the day Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi reiterated rates will remain on hold until summer 2019, highlighting the widening monetary policy divergence with the Federal Reserve.
LONDON - The euro held at a three-day high on Thursday as concerns about a global trade war eased after the United States and the European Union agreed to begin talks on lowering tariffs.
U.S. stock indexes climbed on Tuesday and the Nasdaq hit a new record high as Google-parent Alphabet's strong quarterly results reaffirmed expectations of a robust earnings season and sparked a rally among technology shares.
Bitcoin surged to a two-month high on Tuesday, as investors wait for news of regulatory approval of a digital coin exchange traded fund (ETF).
The euro zone's economy lost momentum again at the start of the third quarter after a brief rebound in June, according to survey data released on Tuesday.