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Brexit Exhaustion Brings A Binary Event And A Long Straddle Option Strategy Into Focus

September 16th, 2019 · Comments Off on Brexit Exhaustion Brings A Binary Event And A Long Straddle Option Strategy Into Focus

Brexit exhaustion led the new PM Boris Johnson to force the issue, but his efforts resulted in a backlash complicating things once again. Part of the collateral damage is that the Ulster DUP is no longer necessary to prop up the Johnson government, which has opened up the perspective of a negotiated exit. This is […]

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The New Currency Wars

July 20th, 2019 · Comments Off on The New Currency Wars

The trade war threatens a zero-sum game of tit-for-tat race to the bottom in which everybody will be worse off. The tariffs have put upward pressure on the dollar which is taken as a clue for ‘currency manipulation’ and risk setting off a second zero-sum race to the bottom. The post-war international economic order on […]

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The Dollar Is Sick

August 5th, 2017 · Comments Off on The Dollar Is Sick

The dollar has fallen surprising fast against the euro, and the end of that doesn’t seem in sight just yet. The timing and speed of the fall is at least in part curious from an economic point of view as interest rates and bond yields still favor the US. We can’t exclude a modicum of […]

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Germany Is The New China

February 25th, 2017 · Comments Off on Germany Is The New China

Trump’s trade adviser Peter Navarro complains about an unfair competitive advantage for Germany. He has a point, and this has much to do with the internal workings of the eurozone. There are signs some of it might be unwinding, and the ECB might be forced to remove stimulus, which will boost the euro. We think […]

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Trump Versus The Dollar, Round 2

February 18th, 2017 · Comments Off on Trump Versus The Dollar, Round 2

President Trump has argued that the dollar is too strong, and he does have a point. A strong dollar is bad for US exports and corporate earnings, but there are also other ramifications. The problem is, there doesn’t seem to be much he can do about it. Trump Versus The Dollar, Round 2

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China Throws A Wrench In The Dollar Bull Run

January 18th, 2017 · Comments Off on China Throws A Wrench In The Dollar Bull Run

The market overwhelmingly assumes a continuation of a dollar bull-run. And there are indeed sound reasons for that. However, on closer inspection, the rationale might be less solid than meets the eye, and there is ample room for surprises. China Throws A Wrench In The Dollar Bull Run

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A Rampant Dollar Could Crash The World Economy

December 17th, 2016 · Comments Off on A Rampant Dollar Could Crash The World Economy

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China Just Blew Through A Quarter Of Its Foreign Currency Reserves

December 14th, 2016 · Comments Off on China Just Blew Through A Quarter Of Its Foreign Currency Reserves

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Trump Versus The Dollar, Round One

December 12th, 2016 · Comments Off on Trump Versus The Dollar, Round One

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Is A Chinese Depreciation Still A Threat To Global Markets?

November 3rd, 2016 · Comments Off on Is A Chinese Depreciation Still A Threat To Global Markets?

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