Dollar strength remains a theme for 2019 – Rabobank

Almost by default, the greenback is likely to stay well supported when other currencies don’t look as attractive

Jane Foley: some justification for the Fed to be more dovish now

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Participants who are judging the dollar only on the more dovish signals seen from the US Federal Reserve would be making a mistake. This is because the greenback’s relative strength is a function of the weakness happening elsewhere in the world, says Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank.

Rabobank topped this week’s three-month G10 currency forecast table.

“Almost by default, the dollar is likely to remain

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