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Kathy Lien

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Kathy Lien's Opinion & Analysis
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The June FOMC meeting minutes is one of this week’s key event risks. The Federal Reserve grew less dovish last month by opening the door to the discussion of reducing asset purchases, but since then...
The U.S. dollar rose to its strongest level against the Japanese Yen in 15 months. Equities and currencies benefitted from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s reassurance that 1970s rapid rise in...
Currencies and equities extended their sell-off on Friday as risk aversion in the financial markets deepened. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost over 400 points for the 10th straight day. Today’s...
Investors continued to buy U.S. dollars on Thursday despite weaker-than-expected Philadelphia Fed manufacturing index and jobless claims. Market participants are convinced that these disappointments...
Investors drove the U.S. dollar sharply higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signalled an earlier interest rate hike. Thirteen out of 18 policy-makers now see as many as two rate hikes by the...
The outcome of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve monetary policy announcement could set the stage for how the U.S. dollar and currencies trade over the next month. With that in mind, the greenback...
Treasury yields traded sharply higher on Monday ahead of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy announcement. The 2.7% rally in 10-year yields and decline in the Dow Jones Industrial Average reflects...
The U.S. dollar ended the week higher against all of the major currencies with today’s rally, a delayed reaction to Thursday’s inflation report. Stronger-than-expected consumer confidence also helped...
There were no fireworks for the U.S. dollar today despite the biggest jump in U.S. inflation since August 2008. Normally, the greenback would spike on a sharp rise in consumer prices, but it ended the...
The euro has a big day ahead, with a monetary policy announcement and U.S. inflation report on the calendar. Between these two events, the European Central Bank meeting is generally more...