Tag Archives | Currencies


The Dollar to Generally Win by Default Ahead

DOLLAR: Short Term: The path of least resistance remains up in the Dollar as hope for action from the Fed remains in play. However, the Dollar bulls will have to skate through a mixed set of housing starts and permits data early on. The question for the Dollar today is whether or not the Fed […]

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Looks Like More Dollar Declines Today

DOLLAR: The Dollar was knocked down off a much softer than expected US Productivity result as that result was spun into a view that the US economy was headed for more slowing. However, we could argue that seeing productivity decline in a way prevents the Fed from being more patient with inflation and rates to […]

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Emerging Markets and the Unintended Effects of Potential Central Bank Tapering

[box type=”download” icon=”none”]This article was originally posted in our June 14, 2013 Weekly Market Letter. Subscribe today and receive a free month or sign-up to receive Special Updates and we will send you a free issue![/box] One of the main topics of discussion recently has been prospect of the Fed and other central banks tapering their asset purchases at some […]

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Next Week’s Economic Focus – April 19th, 2013

The recent downdraft in various commodity indices was clearly justified by rising deflationary fears. It now appears that the major washout across so many commodities was primarily the result of disappointing US Non-Farm Payroll figures and the less-than-stellar GDP growth in China. Lingering fears of bird flu in China, the terrorism incidents in the US […]

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