Expertise: Political economy, economic and market themes.
Dimitri Zabelin is a Junior Currency Analyst for DailyFX.com. He specializes in how international political economy affects financial markets and focuses on geopolitical shifts that impact various asset classes. In addition to attending the London School of Economics and serving as a Consortium Fellow at Harvard, Dimitri holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Global Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley.
#USDBRL appears to be hovering in a congestive zone after it broke the August uptrend and is now indecisively floating between 4.0538-4.1935. A break lower with follow-through could precede an aggressive decline. Will keep you all posted. https://t.co/WBlIhfIGia
List of major protests happening around the world right now:
What does global geopolitical risk mean for financial markets? See my take on it here -
#JPY is cautiously higher against its G10 counterparts, suggesting markets are experiencing a broad risk-off tilt after the rejection of Boris Johnson's #Brexit timetable which has now put everything "in limbo" to quote Speaker John Bercow.
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