The dollar little changed overnight as market awaits US tax reform developments.
John Schweizer |
December 01, 2017
The Senate vote on the tax bill was postponed last night to provide GOP members additional time to square differences. The dollar drifted slightly lower overnight but has rebounded in the European session as the market awaits the resumption of Senate voting, scheduled for 11AM ET. Traders appear less interested in economic data and more focused on the US tax vote, then Brexit and German politics for market direction.
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|Source: Bloomberg 2017|
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John Schweizer is a product and foreign exchange advisor with Silicon Valley Bank’s Global Financial Services Group, based in Boston, MA. He works with SVB clients who conduct business globally and advises on the products, strategies and solutions used to manage international transactions and cash flows and mitigate the risk associated with currency fluctuations.
John has over 25 years of financial services experience in global treasury and foreign exchange, encompassing trading, sales and marketing, and product advisory. Prior to joining Silicon Valley Bank, he worked at several financial institutions including BankBoston, TD Bank and Fidelity Investments.
John holds a B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University and a M.S. in Multinational Commerce from Boston University.
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