Has the U.S. dollar bottomed? I guest hosted CNBC Asia this morning from Singapore and here is the first clip from my interview
Entries Categorized as 'US Dollar'
May 9, 2011
April 6, 2011
There has been a lot of talk about the possibility of a U.S. government shutdown. Republicans and Democrats in Washington continue to clash on budget negotiations, raising the risk of the first government shutdown since 1995 during the Clinton Administration. Congressional leaders are in deep discussions and a shutdown could be avoided, but [...]
October 7, 2010
I was on the Business News Network this morning talking about why the euro pulled back after touching 1.40 and the fundamentals behind the trade. Click on the image to access the video:
February 1, 2010
The U.S. dollar has had an incredible run over the past 2 months, leading many traders to wonder whether the dollar is overvalued. The answer is NO. Based upon purchasing power parity, all of the major currencies are still very overvalued against the U.S. dollar - particularly the Aussie.
What does this [...]
November 9, 2009
I was on Fox Business earlier this afternoon talking about what could turn the dollar around.
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Here is a chart showing how G7/G8 (which is now G20) finance ministers and central bankers meeting has coincided with major tops and bottoms in the EUR/USD. I’ll have more on that soon [...]