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Weekly Forecast: Carry and Euro Rise to Start the Year as Dollar Struggles

Weekly Forecast: Carry and Euro Rise to Start the Year as Dollar Struggles

2018-01-06 04:18:00
John Kicklighter, Nick Cawley, David Cottle, Renee Mu, Paul Robinson, Tyler Yell, CMT, Christopher Vecchio, CFA,

The first week of 2018 has come to a close a strong tentative trend has taken in the opening move of the year: risk trends have soared through equities and even reached to frequently lagging carry trade. Have risk trends set the definitive theme and direction for the year with this opening move or will new forces arise to take over?

US Dollar Forecast: Dollar Risks Three-Year Low as Rate Expectations Lose Sway

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Euro Forecast: Euro's Strong Fundamentals Drive Long Positioning Build Up at Start of 2018

The Euro has started the year with net-long positions in the futures market at an all-time high.

British Pound Forecast: Positive Tailwinds Continue to Boost Sterling

Sterling’s recent rally is likely to continue against both the US dollar and the euro as the UK’s economic backdrop starts to improve, while Brexit headwinds recede for now.

Australian Dollar Forecast: Rampant Australian Dollar Needs A Reflective Time

The Australian Dollar has joined in fully in the greenback-bashing which has characterized the change from old year to new. However some pause for consideration is now in order.

Chinese Yuan Forecast: Yuan May Extend Gains on New Policies, China-France Summit Adds Uncertainties

Chinese regulators’ newly-introduced policies may support the Yuan; Xi-Macron meetings are likely to both touch on controversial issues and reach deals.

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This past week global markets got off to a strong start, and will look to try and build on this momentum in week 2; a little digestion of recent gains would be a healthy development.

Weekly Forecast: Carry and Euro Rise to Start the Year as Dollar Struggles

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