Paying attention to what central banks say is the way to anticipate their moves in 2018
Economists question whether France and the EU have surmounted their eurosceptic hurdles
Global markets reacted with euphoria in the wake of the US election, but real economy repercussions may be less positive
Global financial markets head urges caution
Ex-MPC member warns delegates at the FX Week Europe conference
Founder of Record Currency Management favours a new type of hedging product that protects investors from the exit of eurozone members
"Home-grown vulnerabilities" could be a threat to Asian countries, including China, says IMF official at FX Week China event
Alan Ruskin explains why a Greek exit is less likely than some have suggested, with several factors supporting the country’s future in the eurozone
Panellists at FX Invest North America divided on whether the eurozone crisis will lead to the exit of Greece from the currency union
Global growth should rise from 3.5% to 4.1% next year, although capital flows into emerging markets give some cause for concern, according to a senior IMF official
Monetary and capital markets deputy director Christopher Towe tells conference delegates that ongoing vulnerabilities could sow the seeds of the next crisis
HSBC chief executive expects renminbi to become a reserve currency within 15 years and shares the bank’s outlook for the Chinese currency
Eurozone faces stunning economic and financial challenges, said Julian Callow, chief European economist at Barclays Capital.
Success or failure of the Eurozone hinges on Germany ‘laying down the law’, according to chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
G-7 growth set to slow to 1.5% in the second half of the year; chief economist advocates more QE if slowdown does become entrenched
RBC Capital Markets survey says Greece most likely country to leave the eurozone
Daragh Maher, foreign exchange strategist at Crédit Agricole in London, discusses the struggle of the euro and sterling in the face of recent political events, and asks which is winning the battle of the battered
The Greek debt crisis has refocused attention on a controversial swap trade first reported by Risk in 2003. The deal, completed with Goldman Sachs in 2002, effectively allowed Greece to borrow roughly €1 billion without adding to its public debt figures…
Naomi Fink, Japan strategist in global markets sales and trading at the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ in Tokyo, assesses the slump in corporate sentiment in Japan, and what this bodes for the country's economic growth
WASHINGTON, DC - The US Treasury has cleared China of manipulating its currency to gain unfair trade advantages against the US.
LONDON - A US recession this year would prompt a "recoupling" of non-US growth on an absolute if not relative basis, according to speakers at Goldman Sachs' annual foreign exchange conference in London last Wednesday (February 6).
LONDON - A correction in overvalued currencies and risk aversion will promote strategies based on economic factors and real value this year, say analysts.