Strategists adjust processes to forecast politically driven currencies


Over the past year, foreign exchange markets have become increasingly driven by political developments rather than economic fundamentals – a reality that has challenged all participants to become more nimble in their approach, whether that relates to research and trade ideas, or price-making and execution.

The growing influence of politics in the direction of currencies has proved particularly challenging for currency forecasters, given the uncertainty as to when significant political

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