Charles Wallace • April 15, 2014
To reduce counterparty risk and gain added security, foreign exchange traders are increasingly using futures, options and other derivatives.
Charles Wallace • March 13, 2014
Rabobank’s Jane Foley says it’s a dramatic change from where we were two years ago — but while central banks have helped the euro gain against the U.S. dollar, its run may end soon.
Michael Hood • February 28, 2014
Local currency debt may be a value buy in some investment-grade sovereign markets as Treasury yields fall.
Charles Wallace • February 20, 2014
Low volatility and China’s big trade surplus could help keep the currency rising against the U.S. dollar this year, says HSBC's Paul Mackel.
Dan Weil • February 07, 2014
Growth and inflation differentials favor American currency versus the euro; the U.K. rebound should limit the downside for the pound.
Charles Wallace • January 22, 2014
The scandal involving alleged manipulation of foreign exchange prices has prompted calls to adjust the timing of the daily 4 p.m. fixing.
Tom Buerkle • January 03, 2014
Latvia’s entry to the single-currency club and Spain’s exit from its bailout provide some good news, but hold the champagne.
Charles Wallace • November 26, 2013
Firms specializing in foreign exchange now offer institutional investors beta strategies that can lower equity risk and diversify portfolios.
Charles Wallace • October 23, 2013
Although there’s debate about whether it can continue its run, sterling has been making strides with help from a recovering British economy.
Tom Buerkle • October 10, 2013
Officials and bankers are starting to take the threat of a U.S. default more seriously and begin contingency planning.
Charles Wallace • September 25, 2013
As the U.S. dollar rises in value, analysts predict that the loonie will make gains on the euro, the yen and the British pound.
Michael Hood • September 19, 2013
Mexico's rate cut exemplifies a growing trend: a greater tolerance for exchange rate flexibility in emerging economies.
Allen T. Cheng • September 11, 2013
The Chinese currency is making inroads in global markets through bond issuance and expanded investment options.
Craig Mellow • September 11, 2013
Demographic and growth dynamics remain positive, but countries need to improve governance and pursue reform to take advantage.
Michael Hood • September 06, 2013
Emerging-markets currencies have dropped nearly 10 percent, on average, since the Fed started talking about tapering.
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