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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 23, 2020

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The Dollar fell early in N.Y. trade on Monday, following the Fed announced it would use "its full range of tools to support the economy," announcing unlimited QE as it steps up support measures. The DXY fell from 102.81 to 101.66 before finding a footing. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 23, 2020

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The dollar, yen, Swiss franc, and euro, have outperformed while the commodity and many developing nation economies, especially those of export orientated economies and/or with high dollar borrowing, have underperformed. The pound also found itself on the underperforming list, although remaining above recent lows. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 23, 2020

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The familiar risk-off positioning pattern has been seen among currencies, with the yen outperforming while the commodity and many developing nation economies, especially those of export orientated economies and/or with high dollar borrowing, underperformed. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 20, 2020

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The Dollar headed higher in N.Y. trade on Friday, after pulling back some through the overnight session. Pre-weekend USD demand was noted, as a flight to safety into potential risk events was a driver. Markets retained extreme levels of volatility through the session, seeing equity markets gyrate between positive and negative. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 20, 2020

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The dollar has taken a rotation lower following interventions and the threat of interventions over the last day, while commodity and many developing world currencies have rebounded strongly following a period of pronounced underperformance. Also in the mix is the plethora of central bank actions to shore up liquidity and loosen monetary policy, which, along with the massive fiscal rescue packages being assembled by governments across the world, have given markets opportunity to take a reprieve from coronavirus anxiety. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 20, 2020

By: XE Market Analysis

Interventions and the threat of interventions has seen the dollar soften while commodity and many developing world currencies have rebounded strongly following a period of pronounced underperformance. Also in the mix is the plethora of central bank actions to shore up liquidity and loosen monetary policy, along with the massive fiscal rescue packages being assembled by governments across the world, which have given markets opportunity to settle from coronavirus anxiety. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 19, 2020

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Another day, another trend high for the DXY. The index topped at three-plus year highs of 102.58, up from overnight lows of 100.78, and lows of 94.65 seen as recently as March 9. Safe-haven Dollar demand remains in force amid the virus pandemic, which has crushed all asset classes, as investors turn to cash Dollars for safety. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 19, 2020

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The dollar remained firm amid a continuing backdrop of highly skittish global markets, while traditional safe havens, including U.S. Treasuries and many other sovereign bonds, and gold, have remained under pressure. Australian 10-year bonds has undergone its biggest three-day drop since 1987. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 19, 2020

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar remained firm amid a continuing backdrop of highly skittish global markets, while traditional safe havens, including U.S. Treasuries and many other sovereign bonds, and gold, have remained under pressure. Australian 10-year bonds has undergone its biggest three-day drop since 1987. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 18, 2020

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The Dollar index surged to three-year highs of 101.73 in N.Y. trade on Wednesday, up from overnight lows of 99.16. Heavy demand for cash Dollars has been driving the USD higher, as the virus panic appears to rise on a daily basis. Wall Street was crushed lower, resulting in the tripping of a circuit breaker when the S&P 500 last 7%. Read more

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