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31. Mai 2018
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Once more, Europe is becoming messy. We did not expect politics to turn so negative this year. The Italians face a difficult task of restoring investor confidence, and Italy is too important to ignore. But European volatility does not translate into US positivity; we believe the underlying dollar outlook remains negative, and the US midterms will add to political noise. Beyond the dollar, volatility breeds opportunity, and we identify numerous trades in currency crosses that should not be sensitive to messy American or European politics. [mehr]
2. Mai 2018
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Tagtäglich werden Währungen in Billionenhöhe gehandelt. Der Devisenmarkt ist daher zweifelsohne der größte und liquideste Finanzmarkt der Welt. Wie diese Studie zeigt, ist er jedoch trotz seiner Größe wohl auch der am wenigsten effiziente Markt, jedenfalls im Vergleich zu anderen Assetklassen. [mehr]
25. Januar 2018
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The lead market commentator of the Financial Times this morning writes that the dollar sell-off has “stopped making sense”. Indeed, viewed with the post-crisis lens of activist central banks and exceptionally tight correlations between FX and rates the dollar is entirely out of line with fundamentals. But currency moves over the medium-term ultimately boil down to one thing: flows. If inflows into an economy pick up the currency strengthens and vice versa. Looked at from a flow perspective, the dollar bear market makes complete sense: our outlook for FX 2018 argued that the flow picture is exceptionally supportive for EUR/USD and this positive dynamic is currently playing out. [mehr]
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