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Kathy Lien

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Investors drove the U.S. dollar sharply higher after the Federal Reserve made it very clear that it is ready to reduce asset purchases. According to Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, it is “time to...
There are only three more Federal Reserve monetary policy announcements before the end of the year. If Fed Chairman Jerome Powell wants to give the market ample time to prepare for tapering asset...
This is one of the busiest trading weeks of the year, and for this very reason, volatility in the stock market as measured by the CBOE Volatility Index rose to its highest level in four months. The...
Inflation is cooling in the U.S. and the evidence sent the greenback tumbling against all of the major currencies. Consumer prices grew 0.3% in the month of August, down from 0.5% in July. Economists...
September is a busy month. For investors, asset price movements will be determined by central bank rate decisions, employment reports and elections.  There are no monetary policy announcements this...
The European Central Bank has a monetary policy announcement on Thursday, and many investors are wondering if the euro will fall to the same fate as the Canadian and Australian dollars. Both...
Central bank meetings are creating more pain than gain for currencies this week. The Australian dollar shot higher immediately after the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy announcement but U-turned to end...
The U.S. dollar sold off against most of the major currencies after ADP’s employment report raised red flags for non-farm payrolls. U.S. yields turned lower once the report was released and the dollar...
The U.S. dollar snapped higher on Tuesday when Treasury yields surged right before the London close. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact catalyst, as today’s U.S. economic reports were mostly...
Fake outs are more likely than breakouts in the foreign exchange market this week. This is the last week of August and, for many, it is synonymous with the end of summer. With final outings to the...