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EUR/USD & GBP hedging perspective

Tuesday, 16 April 2024, written by Eddy Markus

The widening interest rate differentials between the dollar and the euro, paired with upward pressure on commodity prices, increase the risk of a further decline in EUR/USD…

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Currency interventions will temporarily support JPY

Monday, 08 April 2024

Growth differentials point to a decline in the euro against the dollar and pound. Furthermore, despite the prospect of currency interventions by the Bank of Japan, we do not expect a trend reversal of the yen against the euro and dollar in the short term.

EUR/USD & GBP hedging perspective

Wednesday, 03 April 2024

We expect U.S. economic growth to remain on the high side for some time to come, preventing inflation from falling much further. The latter mainly because of a tight labor market and rising commodity prices. As a result, we think the Fed will be more cautious with rate cuts than the ECB, which is positive for the dollar...

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Monday, 25 March 2024

Uncertainty surrounding the upcoming U.S. elections may negatively affect the dollar's exchange rate. But for the coming weeks to months, we continue to expect a stronger dollar, including against the euro and the Chinese yuan.

Past Predictions

Readers frequently inquire about the accuracy of our predictions and whether we track them. Naturally, we don't possess a crystal ball, and the primary objective of our analyses is to present our readers with the most probable scenarios in the medium term. However, we do provide specific exchange rate predictions and in general they have been quite accurate. 

Download our forecasts for EUR/USD and EUR/GBP for the period from January to December 2023 here below. 


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