US Dollar Market Reports & Forecasts
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Investors continue to pile funds into the US Dollar as markets envisage the next rate hike in March. With the positive economic outlook set to continue in the US further USD strength could emerge.
Markets are waiting to hear when the next interest rate hike will be and Wednesday’s FOMC minutes could be the perfect opportunity for the next announcement.
The US Dollar goes from strength to strength as markets prepare for the FED to raise interest rates again this year, but given the false promises of 2016 are US Dollar investors in for disappointment?
Trump’s economic plans are a concern for the FED’s Chairlady, who brings uncertainty to the US economy’s longer term trajectory. Will the FED fulfill their promise or will history repeat itself from 2016?
The FED are on track to raise interest rates again in 2017, but markets grow weary of the potential damage a Trump Presidency could have on national security.
What looked like a clear path for US Dollar strength has become a field of uncertainty. The newly appointed President has markets worried and the scale of risk Trump poses to US security is becoming clearer by the day.
Is Donald Trump the new Ronald Regan? Trump’s plans to stimulate the US economy may result in the FED being forced to increase interest rates at a faster rate.
Pound to US Dollar exchange rates edge higher following the latest Brexit update, but investors are growing increasingly worried towards Trump’s political decisions.
Investors are confident that the FED will raise interest rates again in 2017, prompting further strength for the US Dollar. Will the FED make changes to monetary policy whilst Trump continues to pose risks to the global economy?
The US economy continues to project strong growth further supporting a US interest rate in the near term, but cracks in the Trump Presidency pose a risk to USD longer term.