From WisdomTree: One of the biggest surprises for us in 2017–given major macroeconomic factors such as central bank policy divergence–was the depreciation of the U.S. dollar.
From Chris Kimble: The U.S. Dollar Index has been mired in a correction for several months. During that time, stocks, gold, and oil exploded higher in 2017 and early 2018.
From WisdomTree: In the era of central bank policy influence, we have become used to large shifts in the performance and trends of different currencies across time.
From Contrarian Outlook: The US dollar has been heading skyward lately, and the market has been slow to catch on. That’s handing you a nice opportunity for gains if you buy the 3 funds I’ll show you today.
From Invesco: The U.S. dollar may be pressured as investors seek more promising growth opportunities elsewhere, according to Invesco Fixed Income.
From Streetwise Reports: Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger discusses movements in the U.S. dollar.
From Contrarian Outlook: Not many folks have been paying attention to the US dollar’s latest jump, which is too bad, because it’s opened up a glaring profit opportunity.
From Chris Kimble: After a couple years of gloom, the U.S. Dollar is setting up for a nice rally. And this could spell trouble for the Euro.
From Knowledge Leaders Capital: There are two basic drivers of the London Interback Offered Rate (LIBOR): 1) policy rates and 2) a variable premium.
From Zacks: The greenback has regained luster over the last few days, touching the highest level this year on May 1. PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish Fund (UUP) is down 1.8% in the year-to-date frame but has gained about 3.5% since Apr 16.
From Streetwise Reports: Technical analyst Clive Maund takes a look at the prospect of a growing interest rate differential between the U.S. and the rest of the world and what that means to the dollar.
From Chris Kimble: Technical analyst ll examines the recent action in the U.S. dollar and sees potential for a strong bottom forming — and a subsequent bullish breakout that could hurt metal prices.
From Invesco: The last time we wrote about the US dollar London lnterbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) was in 2016, when the spread between LIBOR and the Overnight Indexed Swap (OIS) rate increased due to market dislocations leading up to US money market fund reform. Now in early 2018, we have seen LIBOR rates rise and […]
Invesco Fixed Income shares its views across the currency market, including a continued bearish view on the U.S. dollar.
From Chris Kimble: King Dollar weakness over the past 18-months has been of benefit to several commodities. Are the good times for commodities about to end due to a U.S. Dollar rally? Are inflation concerns peaking as the Dollar is testing support? Possible!