11 Results for: ecb

European Strength Continues


When the year began, political risks were concentrated in Europe, economic growth was expected to accelerate in the United States, and the U.S. dollar traded near 15-year highs.

Currency Volatility


No feast lasts forever, as the old saying has it. At some point – no one knows exactly when – this will hold true for the remarkably low period of volatility experienced by...

Global Interest Rates Rise on Improving Economic Data


After falling for most of the year, the U.S. 10-Year Treasury yield reached 2.13% on June 26 – its lowest level of...

Central Banks, Rising Rates, and Inflation Surprises


Currency-sensitive investors grappled with an onslaught of political events, central bank meetings, and the...

Italy Votes “No”, Euro Reacts


Earlier this week, the euro fell against the dollar in a knee-jerk reaction after the Italian Constitutional Referendum was voted down. The same day, the euro traded up to...

The Home Stretch for U.S. Elections


We’re in the home stretch for the U.S. elections, about a quarter through with the third quarter earnings season, and the world’s major developed country central banks have...