From Invesco: Invesco Fixed Income shares its views on currencies around the world, including expectations for continued U.S. dollar weakness.
Technical analyst Chris Kimble points out an interesting divergence between the U.S. dollar and crude oil that could have a major impact on many other asset classes soon.
From Chris Kimble: Is King Dollar in trouble against the Japanese Yen? Could US dollar/Yen weakness send an concerning message to stock bulls?
From Streetwise Reports: Technical analyst Clive Maund explains why he believes this is a good time to short the dollar.
From Invesco: Invesco Fixed Income shares its views on currencies around the world, including how possible global central bank policy surprises could suppress U.S. dollar.
From BlackRock: Richard Turnill explains what’s driving the U.S. dollar’s slide. Hint: yield differentials are taking a back seat for now.
From Invesco: Last week offered some stark reminders that we live in a very global and interconnected world. Given how interwoven our international relationships have become, the current trend toward de-globalization carries with it many consequences — and protectionism could become the biggest economic risk of them all.
From Chris Kimble: The U.S. Dollar has experienced a decline over the past 13-months that hasn’t happened many times in the past 10 years.
From Dana Lyons: The dropping Dollar is trying to hang onto a potentially important line of support.
From Palisade Research: I wrote this last week: “Once the US Dollar Index breaks below 90 — which could happen any day now — then dollar bulls will retreat. And it will only snowball downhill from there.”
From Bryce Coward, CFA: Investors were finally treated yesterday to some of the most important compromise provisions to come out of the House-Senate conference on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
From Invesco: Invesco Fixed Income shares its views on currencies around the world, including expectations for a persistently weak U.S. dollar.
From Invesco: Since the global financial crisis, inflation in the advanced economies has persistently undershot their 2% targets despite unprecedented quantitative easing (QE), extraordinarily low interest rates, large fiscal deficits and near all-time low unemployment.
Invesco Fixed Income shares its views on currencies around the world, including a bearish long-term outlook for the U.S. dollar.
From BlackRock: We see a modestly higher U.S. dollar ahead. Richard Turnill explains why and what this means for investors.