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Kathy Lien

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Kathy Lien's Opinion & Analysis
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Central bank meetings are creating more pain than gain for currencies this week. The Australian dollar shot higher immediately after the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy announcement but U-turned to end...
The U.S. dollar sold off against most of the major currencies after ADP’s employment report raised red flags for non-farm payrolls. U.S. yields turned lower once the report was released and the dollar...
The U.S. dollar snapped higher on Tuesday when Treasury yields surged right before the London close. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact catalyst, as today’s U.S. economic reports were mostly...
Fake outs are more likely than breakouts in the foreign exchange market this week. This is the last week of August and, for many, it is synonymous with the end of summer. With final outings to the...
The U.S. dollar traded sharply higher against all of the major currencies on Thursday on the back of stronger data. There was an upward revision to second quarter GDP and, while the increase was less...
The best performing currencies today were the New Zealand, Australian and Canadian dollars. Having fallen to year-to-date lows last week, the commodity currencies snapped back sharply in the last 48...
The Federal Reserve’s annual symposium at Jackson Hole is the most important event of the week. Over the past few months, the Federal Reserve hinted about the need to reduce asset purchases, and that...
Fundamentals matter a lot when it comes to currency movements. The U.S. dollar fell sharply on Friday as 10-year Treasury yields experienced its largest decline this month. We’ve long pointed to the...
The U.S. dollar traded lower against all of the major currencies after the U.S. inflation report showed consumer prices slowing in the month of July. Overall inflation grew by only 0.5%, down from...
There’s just over two weeks to go before the Federal Reserve’s Jackson Hole Symposium and investors are buying U.S. dollars on the premise that the Fed will set the stage for tapering in September....