US Dollar Market Reports & Forecasts

Our forecasts and market reports bring together all the latest information on the US Dollar. With details on recent political and economic events, currency rate changes and forecasts. Explore now to keep yourself up to date.

  • Can you trust the US Dollar to fightback?

    When considering the Dollar’s potential to strengthen I would look at the lack of reaction from the markets to the Fed’s clear indications they hope to raise US interest rates again before the end of 2017.

  • Is the US Dollar set for further weakness?

    Although we saw some positive news for the US Dollar overnight, the trend has been for USD weakness and I believe this will continue over the coming weeks.

  • US Dollar under pressure from North Korea concerns

    With so many opportunities for the US to impress the markets today, any clients looking to purchase US Dollars with Sterling may be wise to make arrangements ahead of the FED interest rate announcement.

  • Markets Prepare for Fed Decision

    The FOMC is meeting on Wednesday and is expected to start reducing their QE programme soon, which would increase confidence in the strength of USD,

  • Will the Fed see the US dollar weaker?

    GBPUSD hit the best levels seen since April 2016 on Friday, as the cost of recent events in the USA are coming to light. Estimated costs are $150-$200.

  • US Dollar hits lowest levels in 3 years

    Since the start of the year the US Dollar is down 7% against Sterling and 12% against the Euro. Is now the best time to buy US Dollars with Pounds or Euros?

  • Busy end to the week for the USD expected

    Joseph Wright discusses what has been affecting the US Dollar recently and the economic data due to be released this week that could impact USD exchange rates.

  • GBPUSD Exchange Rate hits year high

    As the fallout from Hurricane Irma continues, estimates are for the costs to run into Billions. GBP/USD to hit the best levels since this time last year.

  • Force Majeure

    Investors cautiously starting putting their funds into USD again after the lack of a long range Nuclear test from North Korea last weekend.

  • Hurricane Irma’s devastation hits the US Dollar

    As Hurricane Irma’s effects devastate, and The FED’s Stanley Fischer resigns, investors move their funds out of USD for fear of the fallout to the economy.

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