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FX Daily
August 04, 2016 Posted by
In an unprecedented move, the Bank of England introduced aggressive tactics in the hopes of averting a recession.
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Observation Deck; Treasury Management; U.S.
August 03, 2016 Posted by
SVB Asset Management's monthly Observation Deck newsletter covers current topics on portfolio management, credit considerations and market events that influence investment strategy. In the main article for the August edition, "Ultra-Liquidity Strategies: New Tools in the Shed”, Eric Souza discusses changing market dynamics and how Ultra-Liquidity Portfolios may be a creative approach to consider.
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FX Daily
August 02, 2016 Posted by

The USD is under some pressure this morning (DXY -0.6%) despite higher US bond yields (10’s +5bps 1.55%). 

 
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FX Outlook; Asia
August 01, 2016 Posted by

Overview o Some impressive two-way moves in CNH in July.  At one point offshore CNH was trading above 6.71.1    o The tide turned when the onshore midpoint failed to break through the psychologically important level at 6.70.  Coupled with persistent CNH buying flows from Chinese banks, the market took it as a sign that

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FX Daily
August 01, 2016 Posted by

Consolidation continues and FX volumes are below normal with holidays in Canada, Australia and Switzerland. 

 
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FX Daily
July 29, 2016 Posted by
US rates and the dollar got crushed due to the lack of action by the Bank of Japan overnight and the big miss in US Q2 GDP that scaled down expectations for tightening.
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FX Outlook
July 29, 2016 Posted by
US rates and the dollar got crushed due to the lack of action by the Bank of Japan overnight and the big miss in US Q2 GDP that scaled down expectations for tightening.  
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FX Daily
July 28, 2016 Posted by
FOMC told the story that the market wanted to hear. The statement was mildly hawkish acknowledging improving labor conditions and expansion in economic activities, while staying patient to tightening.
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