Bloomberg reports that the International Monetary Fund is close to adding the Chinese yuan to its Special Drawing Rights.
The European Central Bank will consider expanding its bond-buying program at its December monetary policy meeting.
Central bank policies may be stable for now, but their exit from markets is likely to usher in higher volatility.
It looks like the European Central Bank won't be doling out more quantitative easing.
China reported better-than-expected growth in the third quarter. Meanwhile, traders are betting Europe will require more bond-buying by the ECB.
Foreign exchange traders focus on U.S. and euro-area inflation data and the implications for interest policy.
The dollar ends a six-day losing streak thanks to a sighting of inflation in the U.S.
U.S. retail sales disappoint, adding to doubts the Fed will raise rates this year.
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.