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Kathy Lien

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The U.S. dollar traded lower against the euro and Japanese Yen ahead of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve’s monetary policy announcement. This sell-off was driven by a combination of lower yields and weaker...
Taking a look at the economic calendar, it is set to be a busy week for the forex market. There’s a central bank rate decision, GDP, inflation and employment reports scheduled for release. A number of...
The European Central Bank’s monetary policy announcement was the most important event this week, but it did not inspire any breakout moves for EUR/USD. This, of course, is exactly what central bankers...
On the eve of the European Central Bank’s monetary policy announcement, the euro dropped to a three-month low versus the U.S. dollar. Everyone expects the ECB to maintain its dovishness, especially...
Investors were relieved that Treasury yields stopped falling, but beyond that, there was no specific news or catalyst. The COVID-19 Delta variant is a big worry, but as long as hospitalizations and...
The sharp sell-off in U.S. stocks on Monday drove currencies sharply lower. While monetary policy is an important long-term driver of currency flows, risk appetite has the most significant short-term...
For the past few weeks, the U.S. dollar has often moved in a completely opposite direction from Treasury yields. That trend continued on Thursday as the greenback shrugged off losses in 10-year rates...
Central banks are taking bigger leaps to normalize monetary policy, and investors are wondering If the Federal Reserve is next.    On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand shocked investors by...
The U.S. dollar traded sharply higher on Tuesday against all of the major currencies on the back of red-hot consumer price growth. CPI rose 0.9% in the month of June, up from 0.6% in May and against a...
This is a busy week for the financial markets. There are three central bank monetary policy announcements, along with inflation, employment and consumer spending numbers scheduled for release from all...