Entries Categorized as 'US Treasuries'

Dollar will Stabilize when Yields Stop Falling

Date October 7, 2010

Saying the U.S. dollar is falling out of bed would almost be an understatement given the recent price action in the greenback. Over the past three months, the dollar lost more than 10 percent of its value against the euro, Swiss Franc and Australian dollar. Since July, every one of the G10 currencies [...]

Dollar Tanks as Jobless Claims Signal 75bp Rate Cut from Fed

Date December 11, 2008

The US dollar is tanking as jobless claims rise by the largest amount since November 1982, 26 years ago. As I have suspected, it is the 1980s all over again.
This confirms that the 533k drop in non-farm payrolls last month will not be the bottom in the labor market. When claims first [...]

Dow 10k Could Mean USD/JPY at 100

Date September 15, 2008

On Friday, the Dow hitting 10,000 still seemed to be a remote possibility, but today, that is starting to become a reality. We have warned on near daily basis about the danger of carry trades. Although the EUR/USD’s reaction to the systemic risk in the financial markets was not as clear, there was a clearly [...]

In the Financial Papers: Today’s Top Forex News 07.22.08

Date July 22, 2008

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In the Financial Papers:

 
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Paulson and Plosser Comments
Fed Appears to Focus on Inflaiton Ahead of Growth
Measures to Avoid the Worst Recession in 30 [...]

Will the US Dollar Continue to Fall?

Date March 17, 2008

Pandemonium has hit the financial markets. The dollar is trading below parity against the Swiss Franc, it has fallen to a new record low against the Euro and to a new 1995 low against the Japanese Yen.
Will the Dollar Continue to Fall?
Yes. The futures curve is currently pricing in a 90 percent chance [...]