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Investors will be observing the ECB conference this week,
Brexit and China’s increasing US / China trade wars have been reinforced by increased worries over the global economy’s growth prospects.
Among the currency baskets, the US dollar held above one week’s down on Friday.
The view of slowing growth was strengthened following a mixed U.S. employment report,
for August and opportunities for more reductions in the Federal Reserve interest rate.
The opinion of Fed Chairman
Fed President Jerome Powell has done little to change these expectations.
On Friday, at an international case, in specific he mentioned the hazards of trade tensions between the United States and China which can the present development in the US derail, that’s record the longest.
The U.S. dollar index,
which follows the greenback against the euro, USD, cash, and three other currencies, was stable on Thursday in late trading at 98.37, following a one week low of 98.08.
The 0.6 per cent dollar index finished the week,
its strongest weekly loss within one month.
Effect of global tensions
In short, as worldwide tension receded, the greenback was lost to its competitors,
particularly with China and the USA agreeing to high-profile commercial talks in October.
The UK pound decreased by 0.4% to 1,2277,
but remained well above three-year lows on Monday,
following the election of legislators to block the no-deal Brexit,
making snap elections more likely.
Sterling earned 1% during the week.
Chief Investment Officer Said
In short, head of Investment, UBS Global Wealth Management, Mark Haefele said:
“The primary menace to the recovery of Sterling is,
if in early elections Johnson’s Conservative Party would win with a majority.
They could then reverse the legislation,
that requires them to request an extension and increase the risk of leaving without an agreement.”
Haefele has forecast,
In the case of no-deal Brexit, the pound would weaken to 1.15 or smaller.
The euro remained stable in late trade at 1,1029 per dollar,
up 0.35 per cent to the end of the week.
Source: Daily FX