US Dollar Market Reports & Forecasts
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The US Dollar is in a position of weakness following Trump’s failed attempt to replace Obamacare. Investors will be looking out for clues in today’s FOMC minutes as to whether the FED will look to hike rates in the near term.
Trump’s healthcare bill failed to pass the necessary votes required, which has been met with weakness for both stocks and the US Dollar. Is the Trump train beginning to lose momentum?
The FED’s more dovish comments coupled with a growing doubt towards Trump’s Presidency have begun to weaken the US Dollar, but how will GBP/USD sway next week when the UK Government declares Article 50?
The latest US housing data has markets worried and given the more recent dovish outlook by the FED, will USD investors have to wait for the next interest rate hike?
The US Dollar’s recent run has been knocked this week. The FED’s more dovish outlook and allegations of Russian intervention in the Presidential race appear to be the key drivers of weakness.
Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs predict very different forecasts for GBP/USD in the near term. Donald Trump remains under fire following accusations of Russian involvement in the 2016 Presidential race.
The US Dollar has retracted from its recent high following President Trump’s meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. With Article 50 in the pipeline and the anticipation for future US interest rate hikes, GBP/USD may resume its downward trend.
The FED’s decision to raise interest rates did little to hurt GBP/USD, but with Article 50 and further US interest rates hikes still at play there could be further losses to come.
The US saw its third rate hike since the financial crisis last night, but US Dollar exchange rates have retracted following comments from Janet Yellen during the subsequent press conference.
Markets await the latest interest rate decision by the FED, as analysts predict a 90% chance of a rate hike by 25 to 50 base points.