Koji Fukaya - FPG Securities


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The main focus is whether Yellen makes it clear in Congress that the Fed intends to begin winding down quantitative easing. Once the intent is shown in front of Congress, the next step would be to actually follow through with it.feedback
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Jul 11 2017 Federal Reserve
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Nov 13 2016

While the dollar rise before the U.S. election was driven to a large degree by speculators unwinding their positions, this phase is more conducive for participants to go long on the dollar anew.feedback

Nov 13 2016

With the possibility of reflationary policies being enacted, the market is bracing for a new bull phase under a different set of rules.feedback

Nov 01 2016

The dollar could retake the 105 yen threshold on a Clinton win. Meanwhile 'Trump risk' cannot be ruled out, so I see the pair stuck at current levels for the next week.feedback

Oct 17 2016

A December Fed rate hike is mostly priced in by the market. The key to further dollar strength is how far U.S. long-term rates can climb.feedback

Aug 26 2016

A rise in yields would not necessarily benefit the yen if it were to be generated by themes like a stalemate in BOJ policy, fiscal concerns and worries about Japan's credit rating.feedback

Apr 28 2016

It was inevitable that the yen regained all the losses made on easing expectations. Sure, the market was disappointed, but that does not mean the yen will keep gaining.feedback

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