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Kathy Lien

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Stocks rebounded sharply Thursday, but the muted price action in currencies suggest that FX traders are not convinced the selling is over. The U.S. dollar gave back a small portion of yesterday’s...
The U.S. dollar soared on Wednesday on reports that consumer prices rose at their fastest pace since 2008. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned about a temporary rise in prices, but no one...
Stocks sold off sharply on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping more than 1% and the NASDAQ losing 2%. As this was the biggest one-day decline since February, it should have...
What started off as a strong day for risk appetite turned into losses for currencies and equities. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ hit record highs at the start of New York trade but shed...
Economists and investors could not have been more wrong about today’s U.S. jobs report. The U.S. dollar traded sharply lower against all of the major currencies on the back of what can only be...
Non-farm payrolls are due for release on Friday, and the U.S. economy is expected to add nearly 1 million jobs. If the NFP numbers rise by 978,000, the current consensus forecast, it would be the...
Next to Friday’s non-farm payrolls report, tomorrow’s Bank of England monetary policy announcement is the second most important event of the week. Like the Reserve Bank of Australia, the BoE is widely...
The U.S. dollar kicked off the first trading day of May with broad-based losses. On Friday, U.S. non-farm payrolls are due for release, and with the labor department expected to report a million new...
Month end flows drove the U.S. dollar higher against all of the major currencies on Friday. The month of April was a challenging one for the greenback. The Dollar Index dropped from 93.30 to 90.50...
The three most important event risks on this week’s calendar are FOMC, U.S. first quarter GDP and Eurozone first quarter GDP. On Wednesday, we learned that while the Federal Reserve is optimistic, it...