OANDA Market Beat Risk Aversion Boosts Dollar

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Dollar Higher as Risk Appetite Vanishes

The US dollar appreciated versus most major pairs on Friday. The Japanese yen outperformed the greenback as a safe haven, but all other major currencies suffered heavy losses during the week. Tense trade developments between…

Turkish lira loses another 3%

Thursday August 9: Five things the markets are talking about The geopolitical tension theme continues to dominate capital markets, now that China has responded to the U.S’s tariff onslaught with additional tariffs of its own….

Politics takes down the pound

Wednesday August 8: Five things the markets are talking about Trade concerns continue to hover over capital markets. Yesterday, the U.S indicated that it will begin imposing another +25% duties on an additional +$16B in…

Cannot keep the ‘big’ dollar down

The European and Asian sessions were happy to book ‘long’ dollar profits, but North America has decided to renew their acquaintance with the dollar bulls. A lack of major economic data releases and a stabilizing…

Dollar rally takes a time out

Tuesday August 7: Five things the markets are talking about Most global equities found traction overnight as earnings season continues, helping support investor sentiment against a backdrop of trade worries and geopolitical concerns. The trend…

NFP could lift dollar higher

Friday August 3: Five things the markets are talking about President Trump’s unpredictability on trade is keeping capital markets on the back foot and a theme that is not expected to change anytime soon. The…

Dumping Risk or panic attack?

Dumping Risk or panic attack? Risk sentiment has gone in the tank on the continued rhetoric around Trump’s scheme to raise China tariffs to 25% instead of 10% with China claiming they will retaliate. Global…