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After printing a new multi-month high on Monday, the pound sterling has stabilised gains at around $1.3785. Since the beginning of the year, the pound sterling and the single currency have been moving side by side, suggesting that the...
Major currencies’ valuations should correlate to their yields, but lately they are diverging. Most G10 currencies are significantly above what yield differentially would suggest. Last week’s hawkish comments of the European Central Ba...

Consumer spending are still weak even though the overall Swiss economic fundamentals improves. The EURCHF is now set to monitor its 3-year high. In Europe, the German coalition are making the headlines and markets were also surprised about the...

Is South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma about to be ousted? Markets think so, judging from the rapid appreciation of the ZAR, which is pricing in improved stability and decreased corruption. A smooth transition will press USDZAR down f...
The second-biggest buyer of US sovereign debt, China, is looking to reduce or even halt its enthusiastic purchase of American treasury bills. The decision is clearly political, and it warns investors to be ever-so-aware of the US Fede...