Archive for March 25th, 2019

Foreign Exchange Insights and Next Week

Less Dollar Volatility in First Quarter Than Meets the Eye

March 25, 2019

Long-time readers of Currency Thoughts have no doubt observed a diminished frequency of  “insight” posts on the dollar in this space. A reason for this is that currency markets in recent years have been dominated by unexpected and abnormal political and policy developments to an even greater extent than usual. Surprise shocks are the bane […] More

New Overnight Developments Abroad - Daily Update

Several Reassuring Developments

March 25, 2019

Last Friday had been a brutally difficult day in financial markets after the U.S. 3-month T-bill rate moved above the 10-year Treasury note yield for the first time since the Great Recession. Monday has seen reassuring news on several fronts but not before share prices in the Pacific Rim tumbled 3.0% in Japan, 2.3% in […] More