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Dollar Slumps, Yuan Rallies by Most this Year amid Intervention Talk

October 26, 2022
Overview: The US dollar is having one of toughest days of the year. It has been sold across the board and taken out key levels like parity in the euro, $1.15 in sterling, and CAD1.36. The Chinese yuan surged over 1%. Chinese officials promised healthy bond and stock markets. There is some talk that the PBOC may have intervened directly in the fore…
Dollar Slumps, Yuan Rallies by Most this Year amid Intervention Talk Dollar Slumps, Yuan Rallies by Most this Year amid Intervention Talk Reviewed by Marc Chandler on October 26, 2022 Rating: 5
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Week Ahead: Focus Shifts away from the US after Robust Jobs Data and Stronger than Expected Inflation Week Ahead: Focus Shifts away from the US after Robust Jobs Data and Stronger than Expected Inflation Reviewed by Marc Chandler on October 15, 2022 Rating: 5
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The Week Ahead: Dollar Bulls Still in Charge

August 27, 2022
The poor preliminary PMI readings, the ongoing European energy crisis, and the recognized commitment of most major central banks to rein in prices through tighter financial conditions are risking a broad recession. These considerations are weighing on sentiment and shaping the investment climate. Most high-frequency data due in the days ahead will…
The Week Ahead: Dollar Bulls Still in Charge The Week Ahead: Dollar Bulls Still in Charge Reviewed by Marc Chandler on August 27, 2022 Rating: 5
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Appetite for Risk Returns as Russia Brings (Some) Troops back to Bases

February 15, 2022
Overview: Russia's decision to return some troops to their bases following the completion of some military exercises has stoked a relief rally in equities, while weighing on the dollar, gold, and oil.  The announcement was made too late for most Asia Pacific bourses, but those open late, like India, are benefitting.  A boost in China's pol…
Appetite for Risk Returns as Russia Brings (Some) Troops back to Bases Appetite for Risk Returns as Russia Brings (Some) Troops back to Bases Reviewed by Marc Chandler on February 15, 2022 Rating: 5
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The Fed and other Central Banks in the Week Ahead

January 15, 2022
The Fed's hawkish turn was extended.  It now seems clearer to more participants that to maximize the Fed's flexibility later in the year, it will need to raise rates in March.  With the Fed still buying bonds, albeit at a slower pace, the January 26 meeting is all but ruled out.  The pricing of the Fed funds futures reflects more than a 95…
The Fed and other Central Banks in the Week Ahead The Fed and other Central Banks in the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 15, 2022 Rating: 5
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Inflation and Geopolitics in the Week Ahead

January 08, 2022
The Omicron variant may be less fatal than the earlier versions, but it is disrupting economies.  The surge in the Delta variant well into Q4 in the US and Europe was already slowing the recoveries.  Investors will likely take the high-frequency real sector data with the proverbial pinch of salt until January data available beginning later this mo…
Inflation and Geopolitics in the Week Ahead Inflation and Geopolitics in the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 08, 2022 Rating: 5
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Yuan Rises Despite China's Move and the Fed's Course is Set Regardless of Today's CPI Yuan Rises Despite China's Move and the Fed's Course is Set Regardless of Today's CPI Reviewed by Marc Chandler on December 10, 2021 Rating: 5
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