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Kathy Lien

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The Bank of Canada shocked investors Wednesday, raising interest rates by 100bp, the largest single-month increase for the central bank in 24 years. Going into the meeting, investors anticipated a big...
The global tightening cycle continues in the next 24 hours with two central banks prepared to raise interest rates. In the Asia session, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is widely expected to deliver...
By raising interest rates 75bp to 1.75% at its June monetary policy meeting, the Federal Reserve is telling us it is willing to risk recession for inflation. Not only did the central bank raise...
With the Federal Reserve expected to raise interest rates for the third time this year, the U.S. dollar is hovering near multi-year and, in the case of USD/JPY, multi-decade highs. The greenback...
The U.S. dollar climbed to its highest level against the Japanese yen in more than 2 decades. The European Central Bank has a monetary policy announcement in less than 24 hours. Still, halfway through...
The global tightening cycle is in full swing, with half-point interest rate hikes from the Bank of Canada and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Expectations for changes by both central banks did not...
Investors continued to buy U.S. dollars, driving the greenback to its strongest level against the Japanese yen in more than 6 years. The biggest driving force for USD/JPY right now is U.S. yields...
Buckle up – the next 24 hours will be a busy one for investors! U.S. retail sales, Canadian inflation, Australian jobs, and New Zealand GDP numbers are scheduled for release, but the main event will...
Oil prices soared above $100 a barrel driving equities and currencies sharply lower. The euro and sterling were hit the hardest by risk aversion, with investors flocking into the safety of U.S....
The first week of March will be another busy one for investors. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to rock the financial markets, with currencies and equities extending their losses. It is...