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.
Charles Wallace • January 28, 2015
The U.S. currency’s rise will leave winners and losers, forex analysts say, with developing markets in Asia faring relatively well.
Tom Buerkle • January 15, 2015
Just when you thought this might finally be the year of rate normalization and a return to a more traditional financial landscape, the bizarro world of unconventional monetary policy got much more, well, bizarro.
Rick Rieder • January 15, 2015
Financial notes for the year: Volatility is making a comeback, keep an eye on the euro zone and Japan, and don’t rule out equities.
David Turner • January 13, 2015
The sharp drop in crude prices has created plenty of clear selling opportunities but few obvious buys — aside from the dollar.
Craig Mellow • December 22, 2014
An overlooked part of the currency crisis: that oil and metals exporters have been ordered to repatriate earnings. Are harsher moves ahead?
Charles Wallace • December 02, 2014
At least 15 firms now offer TCA to pension funds, hedge funds and asset managers looking to keep tabs on forex trading costs.
Rick Rieder • November 21, 2014
A strong dollar is here to stay, and it’s more likely to reinforce the U.S. economic recovery than threaten it.
Rosalyn Retkwa • November 05, 2014
Registered investment advisers and other investors use these exchange-traded funds for everything from hedging to betting on the U.S. dollar.
Charles Wallace • October 24, 2014
The big banks are leading developers of foreign exchange algos, which can help traders cut transaction costs.
Mike Hugman • October 19, 2014
The greenback’s gains are likely to be modest, and many EM economies have reduced their vulnerability with structural reforms.
Nick Rockel • September 28, 2014
In a global survey of high-net-worth individuals, almost half of Chinese respondents said they planned to emigrate within five years.
Charles Wallace • September 23, 2014
To avoid lopsided risk, the central banks of developing countries are buying G-10 currencies such as Australian and Canadian dollars.
Hayden Briscoe • September 16, 2014
Following its depreciation earlier this year, China’s currency has reached a fork in the road and is likely to rebound soon.
Craig Mellow • September 12, 2014
Search provider Yandex continues to enjoy robust growth, but the Ukraine crisis hits stock price and causes a big foreign exchange write-off.
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