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Forex Weekly Forecast: US Dollar Surges, but for How Much Longer?

Forex Weekly Forecast: US Dollar Surges, but for How Much Longer?

Christopher Vecchio, CFA, David Rodriguez, Ilya Spivak,

The US Dollar surged on a big jump in yields, but appetite for further USD buying is fading given already one-sided positions. Does it have anything left for the coming week?

US Dollar Forecast – US Dollar Remains Strong, but for How Much Longer?

The US Dollar finished the week near decade-plus highs versus the Euro as it rallied against nearly all G10 counterparts.

Euro Forecast - Any Euro Rally on ECB Economic Optimism to Prove Short-Lived

The ECB can’t risk being too positive about recent economic developments, otherwise it risks upsetting capital markets – mainly bond and equity investors.

Australian Dollar Forecast – Australian Dollar May Turn Lower on Jobs Data, China Growth Slump

The Australian Dollar appears vulnerable to renewed weakness as soft jobs data and a slump in Chinese GDP growth stoke RBA interest rate cut speculation.

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