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Kathy Lien

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Kathy Lien's Opinion & Analysis
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It has been a challenging week for the U.S. dollar. The greenback fell to fresh 2.5-year lows against most of the major currencies, but as the week drew to a close, it finally rebounded. While some...
Risk appetite remains strong, with equities and currencies extending their gains on Thursday. The growing prospect of a stimulus deal in the U.S. and a Brexit agreement in the UK drove investors out...
The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy announced failed to stem the U.S. dollar’s slide. The greenback traded lower against most of the major currencies with the only exceptions being the Canadian...
Currency traders should brace themselves for a very busy 24 hours. The list of market-moving economic reports scheduled for release is long and includes the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy...
The last full trading week for 2020 will be a busy one. There are four central bank meetings, December PMIs, and employment and consumer spending reports from many countries on the calendar. In fact,...
Currencies were driven lower on Friday on fading hopes for Brexit and U.S. stimulus deals. For most of this year, investors believed that the UK would eventually cave and agree to an orderly exit out...
The euro resumed its rise against the U.S. dollar after the European Central Bank boosted asset purchases on Thursday. Having telegraphed its plans to ease as far back as October, today’s decision was...
Thursday’s European Central Bank monetary policy announcement is the most important event risk this week. The ECB is widely expected to ease monetary policy, making it one of the few central banks...
Will USD/CAD fall to fresh 2.5-year lows on the heels of the Bank of Canada monetary policy announcement tomorrow? Probably not. Unlike the European Central Bank, which is widely expected to ease...
For the past few weeks, anti-dollar flows have been the driving force for currencies. The sell-off in the U.S. dollar drove euro, sterling, Swiss Franc, Australian, New Zealand and Canadian dollars to...