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Euro becoming impossible to trade?

Simply a by-product of dollar activity? Does the euro have a life of its own any more or is it simply driven by the fact...

Year-End Position Squaring Sees Dollar Lower

Holiday trade sees influences weaken The twin benefits that saw the dollar rise in the first half of December; the prospect of a further hike...

Powell Likely to Face a Tough Baptism

Inflation target becoming obsolete The first issue facing the new Chairman if the Federal Reserve when the takes over in a little over a months’...

Wake me in January!

Market shrugs off news The tone for the first few weeks of 2018 is already being set and it seems it will be no different...

Money is Cheap but What are the Consequences?

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of debating the potential of bitcoin with a person who manages upwards of a Billion Dollars...

Brexit Breakthrough Drives Sterling

Financial offer more than doubled The U.K. press is reporting this morning that the Government has more than doubled its offer for a financial settlement...

Will There be a Powell Struggle?

As the world's first and favorite inches closer to the roundest of psychological barriers many are expecting something big to happen. It is possible...

U.S. Rate Hike “in the Balance”

Are the FOMC sufficiently hawkish? Over the past few days/weeks there have been several dovish comments from FOMC members who have tended to contradict current...

Sterling Under More Pressure!

Brexit talks resume with EU set to play tough There is barely a day goes by right now that there isn't a new negative for...

Profit Taking Hits Dollar Despite Data

Inflation concern the only negative Last week’s employment report in the U.S. was ultimately very positive for the dollar despite the ludicrously high expectation for...

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