More dollar pain before H2 rebound

There is an long list of factors operating against the dollar in the near term. They are: rate spreads that continue to offer little value; equity markets that are trending upwards gradually; the perception that strong US economic growth performance depends on low interest rates and fiscal stimulus; the ongoing view that the US administration favours a weaker dollar in the run-up to the presidential election; ambiguity on US trade policy and the administration’s willingness to risk trade

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