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Kathy Lien

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Kathy Lien's Opinion & Analysis
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The sharp sell-off in U.S. stocks on Monday drove currencies sharply lower. While monetary policy is an important long-term driver of currency flows, risk appetite has the most significant short-term...
For the past few weeks, the U.S. dollar has often moved in a completely opposite direction from Treasury yields. That trend continued on Thursday as the greenback shrugged off losses in 10-year rates...
Central banks are taking bigger leaps to normalize monetary policy, and investors are wondering If the Federal Reserve is next.    On Wednesday, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand shocked investors by...
The U.S. dollar traded sharply higher on Tuesday against all of the major currencies on the back of red-hot consumer price growth. CPI rose 0.9% in the month of June, up from 0.6% in May and against a...
This is a busy week for the financial markets. There are three central bank monetary policy announcements, along with inflation, employment and consumer spending numbers scheduled for release from all...
Ask anyone and they will agree that economic activity in the U.S. is picking up, with businesses enjoying a much-needed post-pandemic recovery. The airports were packed when I travelled to and from...
The June FOMC minutes confirm that the Federal Reserve is edging closer to tapering asset purchases. According to today’s release, “various participants mentioned that they expected the conditions for...
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...