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Rajan Dhall

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It has been a volatile 24 hours, with the aftermath of the ECB meeting turning into a USD rally which spread across the currency spectrum sending the USD Index back up to 95.00. The night before was...
Once again we come to the key data release in the US, which in the current climate sees focus on earnings growth as inflation finally starts to pick up. So far, higher inflation levels are somewhat...
Over the past week or so, the USD has been showing a little more resilience against the persistent selling, which in fairness seems to have little behind it as intra day traders push the greenback...
Over the past year or so, we have seen the EUR gaining from strength to strength, pushing hard against the USD which in the current climate seems to be getting little reprieve from the political...
Today's BoE meeting looks to be well covered, much in the same way as the FOMC last night, when the market reacted to the lack of clear direction for 4 hikes this year. For the UK, a May hike from the...
It is shaping up to be a potentially wild one tonight, and with the FOMC set to hike rates by 25bps, the focus has quickly shifted to the statement and dot plot which sees more market participants...
Over the past week, the argument that the tax reform aimed at corporates specifically could prompt a period of USD repatriation - much like an amnesty - has been growing in sentiment, and whether one...
All policy change effected in the year so far, so no more expected in the foreseeable future. Next move will be to signal an end to the APP program, which is set to run until Sep 2018 at a reduced...
There is little to add to the current narrative which is that the FOMC is expected to hike rates by 25bps this evening, lifting the Fed funds rate to 1.5%. Beyond this, the dot plot is also unlikely...
Looking ahead to the ECB announcement later today, we can expect a reduction in the APP from Eur60bln down to Eur30-40bln - the lower end of this scale looking the more likely and looks set to prove...