News & Analysis

The US dollar’s bull run has come to an end. Softening inflation prints point to an upcoming end to the Fed’s aggressive hiking cycle, while positive signs coming out of China have renewed traders’ optimism that the economic growth picture outside the US isn’t totally dire. This week, the RBNZ and the Swedish Riksbank are the only major central banks gearing up for a rate hike, but we’ll also receive meeting minutes from the Fed and Banxico’s previous decisions. In this week’s edition of “Questions from the floor,” we discuss how far the dollar can drop, the potential market impact of a renewed escalation in Russia’s war in Ukraine, and the reasons why inflation trends in North America and Europe have diverged.

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Simon Harvey, Head of FX Analysis

Jay Zhao-Murray, FX Market Analyst

María Marcos, FX Market Analyst


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