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Will Italy Bring down the EU?

Radical Government could galvanize others. When the UK crashed out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism of the European Monetary Union more than twenty-five years ago,...

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...

Dollar and U.S. economy drifting apart

Globalization leads Greenback away from domestic influences In the past when FX traders were seen as little more than gamblers with their employer bank’s money,...

Could it be that it was all so Simple?

Friday’s data confounds the “old way” The non-farm payroll data that was released on Friday illustrated perfectly how the market is changing and evolving and...

Is Global Growth Sustainable?

G7 Central Banks eye a return to rate normality When the global financial crisis hit, and Central Banks realized that they had to act decisively...

Trump Adopting Siege Mentality

Tariffs and Protectionism go hand in hand President Trump is supposedly an “actions over deeds kinda guy” yet his words on tariffs and protection of...

Powell to Testify this Week

U.S. Inflation to remain Prime driver. Jerome Powell the new Chairman of the Federal Reserve will make his first testimony to congress this week. He...

Dollar and Euro Moving in Opposite Directions

Early 2018 theme developing Monetary policy is a prime driver of currency markets. The dollar had a poor 2017. President Trump will doubtless take some...

More of the Same

Market drivers to remain unchanged in Q1 The announcement of the date for the Italian Government Elections which will be held on March 4th merely...

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...

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