Tag Archives: US dollar strength

Winners and losers from a Trump dollar intervention

Just as it was beginning to look like the bond market’s luck was finally running out, President Trump made some remarks that all but guarantee that the bond rally will go on for a little while longer.

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European companies post the best earnings

With the first-quarter earnings reporting season nearly finished, European companies’ earnings were the best of the pack, analysis by strategists at Societe Generale shows.

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Bulls come out in force in US equities

The bulls were out in force even before the dovish Federal Reserve announcement last week, according to capital flows data.

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Inflation expectations surge in March

Inflation expectations have jumped among investors, the latest fund managers survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch shows.

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Emerging markets punished by the strong US dollar

The strong US dollar is pushing more and more capital into Europe and out of the US and emerging markets.

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US dollar strength could spark major crisis: experts

The strengthening US dollar after the end of the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing could starve the world’s financial markets of as much as $10 trillion in liquidity, investment advisory firm CrossBorder Capital has warned.

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US dollar strength here to stay as middle class is doing better

US dollar strength is likely to continue for a relatively long time. But while this is good news for some, for others it marks the beginning of a very unsettled period.

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