In a year where sellers dominated the currency, it’s become increasingly difficult to expect anything different to happen. For Q1 of 2021, I’m looking for a continuation in the bearish backdrop that’s become so incredibly loud around the US Dollar.
The dollar slipped and global stocks held near a record as trading got underway in Asia on Monday. Gold and Treasury yields climbed.
AUD/USD appears to be on track to test the September low (0.7006) as RBA Governor Philip Lowe pledges to not increase the official cash rate (OCR) “for at least three years,” and it seems as though the central bank will offer a more details over the coming months as officials plan to update the economic in “early November.”
Crypto Market Reports : When the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) banned India’s banks from processing payments related to cryptocurrency in April 2018, investors came up with an ingenious solution.
The US Dollar rallied more than 0.4% this week with DXY marking the second consecutive weekly advance. The rally takes the index nearly 2% off the monthly lows with the rally now eyeing initial resistance hurdles just higher.
USD/INR : We expect Indian Rupee (INR) to slip to a record low of 80 by Q3. “The rising number of COVID-19 cases in India could lead to another extension in the lockdown beyond 3 May, which will pose downside risks to our GDP growth forecast of 1.6% for FY21.”