Weakness in the dollar will help push the euro as high as $1.40, according to Alan Ruskin , an analyst at Deutsche Bank AG.
Deutsche Bank AG, the world’s biggest currency trader, hired Alan Ruskin from Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc as global head of Group-of-10 foreign-exchange strategy in New York.
The yen will probably stay weaker than 100 per dollar after falling beyond the key technical level yesterday for the first time in four years, Deutsche Bank AG’s Alan Ruskin said.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, Britain’s biggest government-owned bank, said Alan Ruskin resigned as global head of foreign-exchange strategy on July 1.
"The yen's lost its status as the leading edge of the dollar appreciation-- the euro's taken over."
- Alan Ruskin on Jan 06, 2015
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