Traders and investors have experienced unprecedented market volatility in recent weeks, with few expecting it to abate any time soon. The impact of the FED rate rise, concerns over the Chinese economy as we welcome in the year of the Monkey, and fears of another global recession, have all played a role. Another issue affecting […]
Although US yields are on the rise, the dollar is not spiking, OANDA’s director of Currency Analysis and Research Dean Popplewell explains.
OANDA Corporation has announced the appointment of industry veteran Edmond Eger III as President and CEO.
Central bank rhetoric has dominated the forex markets this calendar year, according to Dean Popplewell, director of Currency Analysis and Research at OANDA.
Dean Popplewell, director of Currency Analysis and Research at OANDA gives his view ahead of the FOMC meeting.
Former Managing Director of Barclays Wealth and RBS Global Banking & Markets has joined OANDA’s advisory team.
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Persistent volatility in gold and commodities as investors look for a safe haven asset class, says OANDA’s Director of Currency Analysis and Research, Dean Popplewell.
The US Fiscal Cliff that was recently agreed could be seen as another kick of the ‘can down the road’, but the American fiscal crisis has the potential to further complicate transatlantic cooperation, especially as G10 economies try to insulate themselves from deeper fallout in the US, according to Dean Popplewell, chief currency strategist for OANDA.
The outlook for 2013 looks more positive and the global economy will finally strengthen as the effect of 2012’s global liquidity injections will move from the financial arena to the real economy, according to Dean Popplewell, chief currency strategist at OANDA.
Dean Popplewell, chief currency strategist at FX firm Oanda, says the market is getting conflicting signals from politicians about commitments to fight the US fiscal cliff as well as the ongoing eurozone crisis, making it harder to spot firm trends.
Sovereign downgrades, especially the one recently announced by Moody’s on Spain, create a more risk-averse environment for investors, affecting in turn the cost of capital and sentiment in the market, according to Dean Popplewell, currency analyst at foreign exchange platform Oanda.