Last quote by John Hardy
If we have seen the low in U.S. Treasury yields then potentially the dollar could come back quite strongly. It all depends on Trump and how aggressive he is in his first days in office.
Jan 09 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which John Hardy is associated, including China and UK. Most recently, John Hardy has been quoted saying: “Sterling lately seems to have become be a bit low-beta against the dollar so the move here has been about this crazy intervention from China, which has halted the dollar rally and forced a lot of position squaring.” in the article Strong data helps limit damage to struggling sterling. An other article where John Hardy has been quoted is GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar steadies after oil slip, stocks remain groggy.
Quotes by John Hardy
Jan 05 2017
Sterling lately seems to have become be a bit low-beta against the dollar so the move here has been about this crazy intervention from China, which has halted the dollar rally and forced a lot of position squaring.
Nov 28 2016
There has been a little test of the market but dollar looks like it has survived the test and wants to rally again.
Jul 07 2016
Sterling momentum has eased a bit here and perhaps a two-way market is a bit overdue, as investors will require new reasons to get even more short against the currency.
Jun 27 2016
The yen is a safe haven as long as risk sentiment is weak, but the market is also very wary of official intervention and with good cause.
Jun 06 2016
With the UK referendum looming, it's arguable that considerable risk capital is sidelined for now and keeps euro/dollar within the range.
May 24 2016
We are seeing more dollar strength and a lot of it against the smaller currencies. The Chinese authorities are keeping the yuan exchange rate quiet, too, which is giving the Fed the room to wax lyrical and be as hawkish as they are being.
May 18 2016
Japan's first-quarter GDP looked positive on the headline, but the nominal growth was slightly disappointing with the GDP deflator coming in slightly lower than expected.
Apr 25 2016
The lower Brexit odds are pushing sterling higher with short bets against the pound, especially against the yen, being cut.
Jan 06 2016
There is a very strong sense of risk-off again. It's also about China. The pace of the currency weakness, is this a sign that they are losing control a bit?
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