Dan Weil • August 20, 2014
The present lack of volume and volatility has meant dull times for currency traders. But diverging central bank policy could pep things up.
Robert Stowe England • July 29, 2014
Look for the dollar to continue on a forward march against other developed-markets currencies for at least the next six months, if not longer.
Allen T. Cheng • July 27, 2014
The grand duchy is leveraging its mutual fund business and euro zone status with success, overtaking London for dim sum bond issuance.
Michael Karbouris • July 07, 2014
Market participants across the world are making tactical moves to stop market fixing in wholesale markets.
Dan Weil • July 06, 2014
Record low currency volatility means slow times in the foreign exchange markets. But some forex traders stand to benefit.
Charles Wallace • June 16, 2014
Recent interest rate cuts by the European Central Bank may push Sweden’s central bank to limit the krona’s appreciation.
Charles Wallace • May 16, 2014
Integral’s system offers investors an alternative to the popular London fix, which is based on relatively limited currency trading data.
Robert Stowe England • April 28, 2014
In this excerpted chapter from his book The Death of Money, James Rickards delves into closed-door U.S. Department of Defense talks regarding the dollar’s stability.
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.
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