Currencies

Things are getting more expensive on Bond Street for us.
Dollar has been down on expectations of fewer Fed hikes, but that's set to change.
It's do or fade time once again for the British pound.
Sentiment on major currencies like the euro or the yen is just too bullish.
The British pound could see some rare strength on hopes of an interest rate hike.
Sterling's fall against the euro since the Brexit vote is unlikely to have ended.
The European Central Bank has become more flexible over the past few years.
The DXY got very oversold in July.
The dollar index is now in an area of strong support.
Sanctions by the U.S. are pushing other countries to find alternative currencies for trade.

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