The U.K. records only its second year-on-year drop in the price level since 1960.
Two of the biggest bond fund managers hold opposite views on these emerging-market currencies.
The Federal Reserve is monitoring the dollar's effect on growth and inflation.
Geopolitical risk heats up, while Ben Bernanke gives himself too much credit.
Germany's industrial production tanked in August, which is hurting the euro today.
The U.S. trade deficit expands at the fastest pace in five months, and traders read the tea leaves of Fed bank presidents' speeches.
The dollar rebounds after Friday's employment report and the Winklevoss twins launch their Bitcoin exchange.