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Kathy Lien

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This is a big week for currencies, but so far, we’ve seen nothing but consolidation. In today’s trade, the greenback strengthened against the New Zealand dollar and Swiss Franc, weakened versus...
Tonight’s Reserve Bank of New Zealand monetary policy announcement is one of this week’s most important events. Next to the Bank of Canada, which tapered asset purchases last month, the RBNZ is one of...
The U.S. dollar staged an end of week rally following unconvincing global data. On Thursday we had suggested that if upcoming economic reports reinforced the prospects of a stronger global recovery,...
Friday will be a busy day for forex traders, with PMIs and retail sales reports scheduled for release from all corners of the world. Currencies are trading strongly ahead of these reports, with...
Weaker U.S. data is finally catching up to the U.S. dollar. The greenback traded lower against all of the major currencies on Tuesday following softer housing data. Building permits grew 0.3% in the...
For the past few weeks investors have been focused on the U.S. recovery and its impact on the U.S. dollar. They were sorely disappointed when nonfarm payrolls and retail sales came out well under...
Forex traders were unfazed by weak data on Friday as currencies and equities extending their recoveries. Consumer spending stagnated in the month of April after soaring in March. Excluding the costs...
Stocks rebounded sharply Thursday, but the muted price action in currencies suggest that FX traders are not convinced the selling is over. The U.S. dollar gave back a small portion of yesterday’s...
The U.S. dollar soared on Wednesday on reports that consumer prices rose at their fastest pace since 2008. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned about a temporary rise in prices, but no one...
Stocks sold off sharply on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 1% and the NASDAQ losing 2%. As this was the biggest one-day decline since February, it should have...
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