The dollar will rise past 100 yen “very soon” as Japanese demand for U.S. debt revives, Credit Agricole SA, France’s third-largest bank, wrote in a report yesterday.
Brazil’s real may be set for a “slow depreciation” as the nation’s presidential election enters a runoff, though “robust” inflows of funds are likely to spur a rebound, according to Credit Agricole CIB.
"Although the U.S. payrolls were strong and the unemployment rate dropped, the wage growth was weak."
- Mitul Kotecha on Jan 11, 2015
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