Shin Kadota - Barclays


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The dollar's latest rise is driven by direct demand, as opposed to the U.S. currency gaining thanks to the weakness of its peers. Expectations towards the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates later this year had perhaps sunk too low. We are now seeing such lowered expectations being reversed a
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Jul 03 2017 Federal Reserve
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Oct 03 2016

There might be follow-through buying for the dollar, but it could be difficult for the currency to break out of recent range as the ISM data alone won't boost the case for the Fed to continuously hike

May 25 2016

The dollar may need further incentives to challenge recent highs and climb yet higher. These fresh incentives could come in the form of more data due later this week, and Japan's stance on fiscal stimulus, which would in turn boost the Nikkei and improve risk

Mar 14 2016

The potential limits of monetary policy will be the market's theme after the ECB, which adopted negative rates before the BOJ, seemingly reverted its focus back to quantitative easing last

Feb 03 2016

Since China growth concerns began shaking the markets in August, the broad theme has been central banks versus global

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