Foreign-exchange dealers say they have the solution to the high-frequency trades eroding banks’ profits across financial markets.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda’s success in stoking inflation is changing the way 63- year-old Tokyo housewife Ritsuko Ueda manages her savings.
For currency traders, talk is cheap, even when the person speaking is the president of the European Central Bank.
Brazilian real bears are being hurt by President Dilma Rousseff’s bid to use the currency to tame inflation before elections in October.
The Canadian dollar’s best rally in 2 1/2 years will run out of steam before the currency revisits its high for 2014, the nation’s biggest lender predicts.
The emerging-market currencies rout that had sparked comparisons to the 1997 Asian financial crisis is becoming little more than a fading memory.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars are poised to reverse this year’s advance as a recovery in the U.S. reduces the South Pacific nations’ interest-rate advantage.
As far as currency traders are concerned, it’s going to take more than words for European Central Bank President Mario Draghi to weaken the euro.
China is succeeding in making its currency less predictable. Investors are paying the price.
Colombia’s peso is poised to snap its best monthly rally in two years, trading patterns suggest, providing relief to a government that’s counting on a weaker currency to boost the economy.
"There are ongoing talks with current and potential future infrastructure providers."
- Paul Armstrong on Jun 04, 2013