Dan Weil • July 21, 2015
Continued central bank diversification will ultimately enhance the currency’s status, assuming no Grexit and an end to QE.
Allen T. Cheng • July 13, 2015
President Xi Jinping’s anticorruption campaign is hampering business in China and raising risks for foreign investors.
Dan Weil • July 07, 2015
As the dollar falls and Treasury yields rise, foreign central banks rebuild their reserves. But that may not last too much longer.
Russell Silberston, Alex Holroyd-Jones • June 16, 2015
Negative sovereign yields may look like a losing bet, but hedging the currency exposure can generate positive returns for investors.
Dan Weil • June 09, 2015
Many analysts see the dollar on track to hit near-parity with the euro, though weak U.S. macro numbers could ruin that story.
Dan Weil • June 01, 2015
A decline in currency intervention by their central banks shrinks their pool of dollars, as the U.S. deficit shrinks.
Kaitlin Ugolik • May 20, 2015
The former white-collar defense lawyer may take a moderate approach to prosecuting financial crimes, observers say.
Richard Teitelbaum • May 07, 2015
Bank’s currency business continues to thrive in wake of $714 million settlement, with trading revenue up 68 percent in the first quarter.
Jim McDonald • April 20, 2015
By taking a look at respective markets’ purchasing power parity and yields on government bonds, investors can help deduct a given currency’s real value.
Georgina Hurst • April 17, 2015
As China pursues global reserve status for its currency, investors keen to enter the renminbi market are turning to custody banks.
Russell Silberston • March 19, 2015
Short-term indicators suggest that the euro’s recent woes against the U.S. dollar are probably short-lived.
David Turner • March 19, 2015
Some investors think the European currency is close to bottoming out versus the greenback, but euro-dollar volatility could push it lower.
Charles Wallace • March 18, 2015
Losses and bankruptcies spawned by the Swiss currency’s surge left a number of questions about retail currency trading.
Dan Weil • February 24, 2015
Divergent central bank policies are fueling the dollar’s rise and the upturn in forex activity, and traders expect the trend to continue.
Beth Shah • February 18, 2015
In response to a rising U.S. dollar, more corporates are looking at using options rather than forwards to manage forex exposure.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 16, 2015
In a world of quantitative easing and near-zero interest rates, the unexpected drop in oil prices and jump in the Swiss franc have dire implications.
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