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Kathy Lien

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The global tightening cycle is in full swing, with half-point interest rate hikes from the Bank of Canada and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Expectations for changes by both central banks did not...
Investors continued to buy U.S. dollars, driving the greenback to its strongest level against the Japanese yen in more than 6 years. The biggest driving force for USD/JPY right now is U.S. yields...
Buckle up – the next 24 hours will be a busy one for investors! U.S. retail sales, Canadian inflation, Australian jobs, and New Zealand GDP numbers are scheduled for release, but the main event will...
Oil prices soared above $100 a barrel driving equities and currencies sharply lower. The euro and sterling were hit the hardest by risk aversion, with investors flocking into the safety of U.S....
The first week of March will be another busy one for investors. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to rock the financial markets, with currencies and equities extending their losses. It is...
The U.S. dollar traded lower against all of the major currencies Wednesday despite hawkish FOMC minutes and good U.S. data. The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates in March, especially...
What should have been a quiet start to a busy trading week turned out to be volatile beginning. Over the weekend, there were worries about an imminent Russia attack on Ukraine, but at the start of the...
Between Facebook’s weak earnings and negative guidance, a rate hike from the Bank of England and concerns about inflation from the European Central Bank, it proved to be a very lively day in the forex...
For currency traders, the action heats up in the next 24 hours, with the European Central Bank and Bank of England monetary policy announcements on Thursday followed by U.S. and Canadian employment...
The two best performing currencies today were the Australian dollar and the euro, which is a bit ironic because the Reserve Bank of Australia and the European Central Bank are two of the least hawkish...