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A member of the Technical Investigation team holds a negative of a hundred-dollar bill used to print fake dollars in Caldas town in Medellin April 29, 2010.

Trump complained about the US dollar’s strength throughout 2019 — but these 8 major currencies were even stronger

The US dollar index DXY is up roughly 1.2% year-to-date, rising amid summer recession fears and trade war tensions.

The finance app with a 10,000-person waitlist is now offering a debit card in Singapore designed for travellers

All users can withdraw up to S$350 from any international ATM worldwide every month without fees.

A debit card that uses real exchange rates and touts 6 times lower fees just launched in Singapore

Fees on this new debit card are supposedly 6 times lower than traditional bank ones.

Vanguard is reportedly testing a platform to compete with banks in the $6 trillion-a-day currency market

Currency traders currently rely on banks to execute transactions. The Vanguard platform would employ blockchain technology for peer-to-peer trades.

Traders in Argentina have figured out a loophole that generates a 7% return in mere minutes. Here’s how they pull it off.

The fully-legal trading method uses the difference in the official exchange rate and brokers' exchange rate to net thousands of pesos in profit.

The 3 major US stock indexes are fresh off record highs. Here’s how other popular investments have fared in 2019.

Though most investment tools haven't met the stock market's strong year-to-date performance, bitcoin and oil leapt upward in recent months.

Traders are piling into bitcoin as a haven against volatile markets. This researcher warns they could get burned.

Bitcoin is vulnerable to volatility expectations, short-term interest rates, and other risks to conventional investments, a new study finds.

Paying overseas? The average Singapore household loses S$1,400 a year from banks marking up the exchange rate, study finds

TransferWise claimed that firms charged consumers fees that were 15 times higher than corporate rates.

IBM just launched World Wire, a blockchain network for global payments – and it’s already in 72 countries

World Wire already has enabled payment locations in 72 countries, with 48 currencies and 46 banking endpoints.