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It’s universally expected the ECB will make no change in policy or communication today. The weaker incoming data has provided plenty of cover for ECB member to talk down “normalization” even introduce speculation that an increase to t...
The greenback continued to extend gains on Wednesday amid an upside shift in the US Treasury curve. Since the beginning of the week, the buck appreciated against all major currencies, with EM currencies taking the biggest hit. The Mex...
After months in the doldrums, cryptocurrencies are finally back in the game as the total market capitalisation increases by $173bn to $418bn since the beginning of the month of April. Since the beginning of the week, Bitcoin’s price s...
Risk appetite seem to be recovering, as shown by EUR/CHF testing 1.2000. Yet demand for emerging market currencies remains weak. Brent crude is nearing US$75/barrel on the back of supply concerns, declining US inventories and OPECs an...

Despite a tense geopolitical situation, the single currency has finally made its way back to the infamous 1.20 level against the Swiss franc. The level has not yet broke but it is only a matter of time as investors do not feel the need to seek...