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Who Is The Bigger U.S. Creditor?

Differing views have been expressed in the debate on who is going to be the biggest US creditor. However, it is certain that China and Japan will remain as the top 2 creditors for the foreseeable future.

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May You Live In Interesting Times - Central Banks On The Loose In 2015

January 21, 2015

Interesting times can be a blessing or a curse, in markets it depends what side you are on. In my latest work for Seeking Alpha I look at last week’s crazy volatility in the currency markets and wonder if… 44 more words


A Year Of Living Dangerously: Currencies And Commodities In 2015

January 21, 2015

Currency and commodity volatility are picking up in 2015. In my latest piece for Seeking Alpha I look at the increasing volatility and divergences occurring in currencies and commodities and opine on what that means for the rest of this young year. 33 more words


The USD/JPY rebound

Wednesday was an exciting day with the USD/JPY dropping from 118 all the way to 116.05. The “punting team” (i.e. dip buyers) came in and did a great job though, bringing the pair back to 117.30s by the end of the day and then higher into the Asian session. 150 more words


Euro steady but not far from 9-year low as ECB mulls steps

The dollar got off on the backfoot against the yen on Tuesday, as Treasury yields fell on 53 more words


Asia buoyed by benign China trade data, dollar slips vs yen

TOKYO, Jan 13 (Reuters)Asian stocks were mostly firmer after benign Chinese economic data helped offset risk aversion generated by a continuing slide in 76 more words


USD/JPY Still Short #shorttrade #trading

I have been ranting about this trade a lot and the reason being is it is looking so good! After last nights fall, profiting from this trade has been good but I am not closing out now! 186 more words