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16 November 2022 New

Dollar collapses as US inflation slows

4 November 2022

BoE goes big, but warns of deep recession

19 October 2022

Pound extends climb after budget U-turn

Matthew Ryan

Matthew is Ebury’s Global Head of Market Strategy, based in London, where he has been part of the strategy team since 2014. He provides fundamental FOREX analysis for a wide range of G10 and emerging market currencies. He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Surrey and is a CFA charterholder.

Enrique Diaz-Alvarez

After finishing a doctorate in engineering from Cornell University and a stint on consultancy, Enrique worked for ten years as a macroeconomic trader focused on FX and rates trading. He joined the company in 2011 and has been the Chief Financial Risk Officer of Ebury since 2013. Enrique manages the company's credit, market and liquidity risk.

Roman Ziruk

Roman Ziruk is a Senior Market Analyst based in Warsaw. He holds a Master's degree in Finance and Accounting from Warsaw School of Economics with a specialisation in international financial markets. He has been part of Ebury since 2016, providing currency analysis and forecasts. Roman specialises in emerging markets, with a focus on the CEE currencies.

We think there is more room for the ECB to surprise the markets than for the Federal Reserve. I think there is a good chance that we will see a 50 basis point hike from the ECB this week.''

Dollar loses steam after EUR/USD falls below parity

Matthew Ryan

Global Head of Market Strategy, Ebury

I would not only focus on business activity and labor market data, but also on inflation"

Don’t panic, a recession is not here yet

Roman Ziruk

Ebury’s Senior Market Analyst, Ebury

Inflationary pressures in Europe are higher than in the US, yet expectations for ECB hikes are way below expected FED rates. That will be the battle for 2023: closing the huge gap between ECB expectations and FED expectations."

Pound extends climb after budget U-turn

Enrique Díaz-Álvarez

Chief Risk Officer, Ebury

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