2002: the end of the dollar bull run?


Russell Jones (right), head of global FX research at Lehman Brothers in London, examines the runners and riders in the currency markets for the coming year

From a macroeconomic perspective, 2001 was a near mirror image of 2000 – strong global growth made way for global recession, and aggressive monetary tightening was matched by even more aggressive easing. Still, the FX trends looked oddly similar. Indeed, five of the six top performers – Mexican peso, Polish zloty, US dollar

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