FX Focus - Alessio de Longis Q&A

De Longis predicts a fragmented FX market in 2014


Q: Last year was relatively quiet in the currency markets, though it was punctuated by sharp periods of volatility as a result of central bank announcements and policy changes. Will 2014 follow that trend, or will we see different forces shape the FX landscape?

Alessio de Longis: What 2013 did was break the loose monetary policy regime that had been in place in most G-10 countries since 2009, and open the gates to a very different trading environment. Tapering of quantitative easing in the US

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