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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...

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...

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’...

Dollar Linked to Tax Reform in Short-Term

Powell inauguration to set long-term trend The major influences on the dollar once the market returns in January from the Christmas and New Year celebrations...

Brexit Agreement to Herald Further Concerns

Brussels to ask for clarification over framework for stage two Theresa May was in Brussels last night for dinner with the remaining twenty seven Heads...

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...

Dollar Tumbles as Fed Hikes

Outlook for three hikes in 18/19 disappoints The unreasonable expectations of traders, who were hoping for a more hawkish outlook for future rate hikes, were...

Rate Hike Unlikely to Lift Dollar

FOMC struggling to justify advance guidance As Janet Yellen presides over her final FOMC meeting before being replaced by Jerome Powell, what she will be...

Dollar set for Boost as Fiscal Reforms Pass

Dollar in tight ranges as FOMC looms There have been two major issues that have been driving the dollar recently and both look likely to...

U.S. GDP Surprise Fails to Rouse Dollar

Q3 Growth at 3.3% In much the same way as Brexit is driving Sterling and monetary policy is steering the Euro, it seems that the...

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