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FT Hard Currency

By Financial Times

Financial Times foreign exchange correspondent Roger Blitz talks to experts on the currencies market about the week ahead, looking at the global political and economic factors driving the world’s largest market.

  1. 1.
    Death of the dollar bears10/04/2018
    10:55
  2. 2.
    Markets on horns of euro-dollar dilemma09/27/2018
    10:55
  3. 3.
    Brexit, trade tensions, and why investors don't look too fussed09/20/2018
    11:39
  4. 4.
    Wages growth pays dividend for euro and sterling09/13/2018
    11:16
  5. 5.
    EM can't catch a break09/06/2018
    11:34
  6. 6.
    Pushed around by politics08/30/2018
    8:55
  7. 7.
    Troubling Trump depresses the dollar08/23/2018
    11:24
  8. 8.
    Turkish turmoil raises markets' temperature08/16/2018
    12:54
  1. 9.
    Dollar to drive on, pound to stay pat07/19/2018
    13:06
  2. 10.
    Pound takes a pass on Boris blow-out07/12/2018
    12:20
  3. 11.
    China plays its currency card07/05/2018
    11:20
  4. 12.
    Markets mindful of Merkel's migration problems06/28/2018
    13:29
  5. 13.
    EM sell-off: now it's Asia's turn06/21/2018
    10:55
  6. 14.
    Fed flies, ECB evolves06/14/2018
    11:05
  7. 15.
    Euro-bulls should rein in their euphoria06/07/2018
    10:33
  8. 16.
    Rome's home truths for markets05/31/2018
    9:38
  9. 17.
    How to digest a roasted Turkey05/24/2018
    12:28
  10. 18.
    Ripple effects of EM forex falls 05/17/2018
    13:19
  11. 19.
    EM investors' pain trade05/10/2018
    12:13
  12. 20.
    Don’t dismiss dollar drive05/04/2018
    10:40
  13. 21.
    Forget the dollar, follow the yield04/27/2018
    13:04
  14. 22.
    Doubt dominates market mood 04/19/2018
    11:56
  15. 23.
    FX fails to get the memo04/12/2018
    10:08
  16. 24.
    EM embraces the change04/05/2018
    11:35
  17. 25.
    Keep calm, but keep an eye on protectionism03/29/2018
    12:43
  18. 26.
    Doubts about the dollar, positives for for the pound03/22/2018
    12:21
  19. 27.
    Currency traders track a trade 'cold war' 03/15/2018
    8:40
  20. 28.
    Euro on the edge03/08/2018
    9:25
  21. 29.
    Powell pumps up the dollar03/01/2018
    11:53
  22. 30.
    Dollar decline - here to stay02/22/2018
    11:31
  23. 31.
    Currency markets keep their poise02/15/2018
    11:13
  24. 32.
    Bad week for markets? Not a bit of it 02/08/2018
    14:14
  25. 33.
    Droopy dollar prompts a rethink02/01/2018
    10:49
  26. 34.
    Dollar bears gain a cheerleader01/25/2018
    12:49
  27. 35.
    A dumbfounding dollar decline01/18/2018
    11:50
  28. 36.
    Jumpy January 01/11/2018
    12:42
  29. 37.
    2018 call? Dollar's gonna fall12/14/2017
    10:30
  30. 38.
    Trapped in the headlights? 12/07/2017
    11:55
  31. 39.
    Currencies on the move11/30/2017
    10:17
  32. 40.
    Markets give Merkel troubles a miss11/23/2017
    10:11
  33. 41.
    Bears clouding Goldilocks outlook11/16/2017
    9:29
  34. 42.
    A year in the life of forex11/09/2017
    10:21
  35. 43.
    Can Carney convince the markets?11/02/2017
    10:34
  36. 44.
    The long and noisy road toward normal monetary policy10/26/2017
    9:46
  37. 45.
    All talk, not much currency action10/19/2017
    9:34
  38. 46.
    EM contains contagion risk10/12/2017
    11:23
  39. 47.
    Take me to your leader10/05/2017
    9:27
  40. 48.
    Policymakers push politicians aside09/28/2017
    8:41
  41. 49.
    Fed can't feed the dollar beast09/21/2017
    9:43
  42. 50.
    Carney hawks the case for higher rates09/14/2017
    10:48
  43. 51.
    Mario can't drag down the euro09/07/2017
    10:16
  44. 52.
    Emerging market currencies: Comeback kids08/31/2017
    9:51
  45. 53.
    Dollar and sterling concerns08/24/2017
    12:50
  46. 54.
    Plotting the pound's pivotal data point08/17/2017
    10:12
  47. 55.
    Risk of “fire and fury” lifts havens08/10/2017
    10:07
  48. 56.
    Sterling suffers after BoE loses a hawk and cuts growth forecasts08/03/2017
    10:31
  49. 57.
    Wither the dollar?07/27/2017
    10:33
  50. 58.
    Calling Draghi's bluff07/20/2017
    11:10
  51. 59.
    Neighbours facing two ways07/13/2017
    11:10
  52. 60.
    Who let the hawks out?07/07/2017
    12:19
  53. 61.
    Dollar down but far from done06/29/2017
    11:38
  54. 62.
    All change at Central Bank station06/22/2017
    15:19
  55. 63.
    Gyrating dollar, sea-sick sterling and a loveable loonie06/15/2017
    12:42
  56. 64.
    Not getting hung up about the pound06/09/2017
    16:22
  57. 65.
    The pound goes to the polls06/01/2017
    10:13
  58. 66.
    Forex circling like a shadow-boxer05/25/2017
    10:06
  59. 67.
    China chill trumps Washington worries05/18/2017
    13:13
  60. 68.
    Keep EM and carry on05/12/2017
    11:59
  61. 69.
    Smoking May, red-hot June05/04/2017
    10:36
  62. 70.
    Big currencies look spent as other options emerge04/28/2017
    10:30
  63. 71.
    Sterling gets the market's vote04/20/2017
    8:25
  64. 72.
    Markets mull meddling Mélenchon 04/13/2017
    9:32
  65. 73.
    No room for complacency on the pound04/06/2017
    9:21
  66. 74.
    Keep on down the road of optimism, but mind the bumps03/31/2017
    7:54
  67. 75.
    Who's doing good from dollar doldrums?03/24/2017
    10:57
  68. 76.
    Worried dollar and sterling bulls - worry not03/17/2017
    8:38
  69. 77.
    Eurozone on the move, but not the euro 03/10/2017
    8:42
  70. 78.
    Fed in fashion, but don't discount the Donald03/03/2017
    8:13
  71. 79.
    Dollar doubts, French fears, steady sterling02/24/2017
    7:56
  72. 80.
    Sterling's puzzling purple patch02/17/2017
    12:42
  73. 81.
    Teed off Trump wages war on FX02/09/2017
    8:33
  74. 82.
    Gaming Trump and Brexit transition02/03/2017
    7:51
  75. 83.
    Trump wrecks Mex FX01/27/2017
    7:56
  76. 84.
    Trading Theresa and Trump01/19/2017
    8:13
  77. 85.
    Dollar declines as markets doubt Donald will deliver01/13/2017
    8:10
  78. 86.
    Quiet start to 2017? FX traders beg to differ01/05/2017
    8:16
  79. 87.
    Frazzled by 2016? Stand by for more FX furore12/22/2016
    9:10
  80. 88.
    Yellen and shoutin' about US data12/15/2016
    7:17
  81. 89.
    Fancy an FX punt on 2017?12/08/2016
    8:08
  82. 90.
    Markets set for month of melodrama12/01/2016
    8:31
  83. 91.
    Donald's dollar?11/24/2016
    7:35
  84. 92.
    The art of investing in political risk 11/17/2016
    8:06
  85. 93.
    Donald drives the dollar11/11/2016
    8:46
  86. 94.
    Pound soars, and other trades you have missed11/03/2016
    8:17
  87. 95.
    Watching the renminbi10/27/2016
    10:14
  88. 96.
    Calm before the storm10/20/2016
    13:26
  89. 97.
    Beware the Brexit bounce10/13/2016
    13:25
  90. 98.
    Hard Brexit and taper tantrums10/06/2016
    8:38
  91. 99.
    EM-brace the opportunity09/30/2016
    13:01
  92. 100.
    The (trade) trouble with Trump09/22/2016
    8:57
  93. 101.
    Speak and ye shall find 09/15/2016
    15:32
  94. 102.
    Euro 0, Sterling 1 (Dollar wins on penalties)09/08/2016
    13:57
  95. 103.
    Renminbi watch09/02/2016
    9:25
  96. 104.
    Psst... wanna buy the euro?08/26/2016
    12:16
  97. 105.
    Stronger sterling stokes slow summer08/18/2016
    10:54
  98. 106.
    China's renminbi one year on: One step at a time from the PBoC08/11/2016
    13:41
  99. 107.
    Time is ripe for commodity and emerging market currencies08/04/2016
    8:10
  100. 108.
    'Mary Poppins' monetary policy07/28/2016
    10:49
  101. 109.
    Traders not yet Trumped by the Donald07/21/2016
    13:13
  102. 110.
    Meanwhile, in a world beyond Brexit...07/14/2016
    12:36
  103. 111.
    Building barriers round Brexit07/07/2016
    13:47
  104. 112.
    Brexit carnage calls for calm Carney 06/30/2016
    11:45
  105. 113.
    Brexit - bad for Britain, worse for Europe06/24/2016
    13:45
  106. 114.
    Get ready for a rocky Brexit ride06/17/2016
    13:24
  107. 115.
    Brexit trumps The Donald - for now06/09/2016
    10:22
  108. 116.
    Learning to live with a strong yen06/02/2016
    9:33
  109. 117.
    Great Worry of China05/27/2016
    12:06
  110. 118.
    Dialling the dollar back in05/20/2016
    11:38
  111. 119.
    In the market for political change 05/13/2016
    11:47
  112. 120.
    Roll up for RORO05/05/2016
    9:37
  113. 121.
    Yen yields, but not Yellen04/29/2016
    12:13
  114. 122.
    Positions of weakness04/22/2016
    11:30
  115. 123.
    EM-brace the change04/15/2016
    12:19
  116. 124.
    Nervous times for yen watchers04/07/2016
    11:27
  117. 125.
    Market muddles policymakers' minds03/31/2016
    12:41
  118. 126.
    Phoney wars 03/24/2016
    12:28
  119. 127.
    On the wings of the doves03/18/2016
    10:41
  120. 128.
    EUR kidding me03/10/2016
    13:00
  121. 129.
    Market mind games03/04/2016
    12:42
  122. 130.
    Boris and the Brexit bears02/26/2016
    12:21
  123. 131.
    Yen's resilience and the wider return of political risk02/18/2016
    9:45
  124. 132.
    Could debt write-offs loom?02/11/2016
    10:48
  125. 133.
    Super Thursday, super sterling?02/05/2016
    9:42
  126. 134.
    Bashed by Brexit? Sterling's rough run01/28/2016
    8:44
  127. 135.
    Choice words01/22/2016
    9:47
  128. 136.
    China and oil - the FX fallout01/15/2016
    13:44
  129. 137.
    Unhappy new year01/08/2016
    12:43
  130. 138.
    How did she rate?12/18/2015
    10:27
  131. 139.
    China floats renminbi boat12/11/2015
    12:55
  132. 140.
    Not so super, Mario12/04/2015
    10:10
  133. 141.
    Mind the gap11/27/2015
    13:58
  134. 142.
    Leave EM be11/20/2015
    14:22
  135. 143.
    Drag on the market11/12/2015
    12:53
  136. 144.
    Fireworks at the Fed, BoE backs off11/06/2015
    13:24
  137. 145.
    Will there be a Christmas rate rise from the Fed? 10/29/2015
    8:11
  138. 146.
    All eyes on China 10/22/2015
    11:51
  139. 147.
    EM emerging from the doldrums?10/15/2015
    12:03
  140. 148.
    Mate's rates wait grates for Britain10/08/2015
    11:23
  141. 149.
    Holes in the walls of the Brics10/01/2015
    11:53
  142. 150.
    Adjusting to the new FX reality09/24/2015
    11:47
  143. 151.
    Of currencies and current affairs09/17/2015
    18:34
  144. 152.
    Fed up with waiting09/10/2015
    14:57
  145. 153.
    The inflation conundrum09/03/2015
    13:52
  146. 154.
    Surprised by the surprise08/27/2015
    13:48
  147. 155.
    China contagion spreads08/20/2015
    8:33
  148. 156.
    China's dramatic policy shift08/13/2015
    12:50
  149. 157.
    Lessons of Super Thursday08/06/2015
    0:43
  150. 158.
    Show me the data07/30/2015
    0:43
  151. 159.
    All eyes on the screens07/23/2015
    0:43
  152. 160.
    Crises, what crises?07/16/2015
    0:43
  153. 161.
    Yen, dollar, or duvet?07/09/2015
    0:43
  154. 162.
    Greece-free zone07/02/2015
    0:43
  155. 163.
    Terminal illness or just a scratch?06/25/2015
    10:59
  156. 164.
    Markets unruffled by Greece as Fed signals caution06/18/2015
    10:23
  157. 165.
    Of gods and governors06/11/2015
    0:07
  158. 166.
    The euro-dollar rally, central bank signals and risk around the Turkish election06/04/2015
    9:39
  159. 167.
    Will volatility spikes lead to something much bigger?05/28/2015
    8:15
  160. 168.
    Which way for the Japanese yen?05/21/2015
    9:10
  161. 169.
    US data put a dampener on markets05/14/2015
    1:05
  162. 170.
    A week of corrections05/07/2015
    8:51
  163. 171.
    Hard Currency election special - sterling risk or UK resilience?04/30/2015
    0:43
  164. 172.
    The waiting game04/23/2015
    8:24
  165. 173.
    Losing faith in the euro04/16/2015
    9:51
  166. 174.
    The dollar bull run and surprising the markets04/09/2015
    7:35
  167. 175.
    Reflections on the first quarter04/02/2015
    0:43
  168. 176.
    Dollar rally loses steam03/26/2015
    1:01
  169. 177.
    How does the Fed view the dollar's rise?03/19/2015
    1:05
  170. 178.
    Euro decline outpaces expectations03/12/2015
    1:05
  171. 179.
    Hard Currency: How low can the euro go?03/05/2015
    1:05
  172. 180.
    How far are interest rate expectations supporting sterling?02/26/2015
    9:09
  173. 181.
    Fed sets the dollar tone02/19/2015
    0:04
  174. 182.
    Sweden joins moves to drive down currencies02/12/2015
    8:15
  175. 183.
    ECB raises the stakes against Greece02/05/2015
    1:05
  176. 184.
    Fed shows little concern over the dollar's rise01/29/2015
    0:47
  177. 185.
    Euro falls after ECB move01/22/2015
    0:43
  178. 186.
    What the Swiss franc surge means for investors01/15/2015
    1:03
  179. 187.
    What will the ECB do next?01/08/2015
    8:33
  180. 188.
    Is QE priced into the euro for 2015?12/26/2014
    1:05
  181. 189.
    Will negative rates help the Swiss franc?12/18/2014
    1:05
  182. 190.
    Is the dollar's rise unstoppable?12/12/2014
    1:05
  183. 191.
    The year of the dollar?12/04/2014
    8:57
  184. 192.
    The crowded dollar trade11/20/2014
    7:19
  185. 193.
    The rouble's slide11/06/2014
    8:13
  186. 194.
    A new tone from the Fed10/30/2014
    6:36
  187. 195.
    After the flash crash10/23/2014
    0:56
  188. 196.
    The return of volatility10/15/2014
    0:43
  189. 197.
    The dollar rally stalls10/09/2014
    0:12
  190. 198.
    How much lower can the euro go?10/02/2014
    0:43
  191. 199.
    Taper tantrum round two?09/24/2014
    0:11
  192. 200.
    What Scotland's referendum means for sterling09/19/2014
    8:11

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