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Spain, the Euro, and the Dollar

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First there was Brexit, and now Catalonia. Spain is the fifth largest economy in the Euro zone, and Catalonia is its most prosperous region, contributing around...

Currency Volatility

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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...

Central Banks, Rising Rates, and Inflation Surprises

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

Snap Election Triggers Pound Volatility

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Some big currency movements this week were the result of news out from the United Kingdom, as pound sterling volatility has increased before the snap election scheduled for...

France Narrows Down Candidates; Euro Jumps

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Following the first round of the French Election, the euro jumped to a five-month high against the dollar in a...

Dollar Adding Up to Investor Uncertainty?

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The dollar rally, which closed out 2016, has added substantial uncertainty for investors and the U.S. economy. Currently, it is unclear if the dollar's strength can...