Muted FX Volatility
Uncertainty over the Fed's next move, wariness over a recession sprinkled with geopolitical instability and G5 currencies are trading at the lowest levels in over 18 months. What's behind the drop in FX volatility? Craig Bewick with CME Group and Scott Bauer with Prosper Trading Academy discuss. Monitor risk expectations in real time across asset classes with live-streaming CVOL
Webinar: CME FX Options Products for Evolving Exchange Rates
In today’s rapidly evolving exchange rate market, FX Options are one way you can manage your currency risk. Hear from Blu Putnam ( Chief Economist) and Erik Norland (Executive Director of Economic Research) as they discuss the market dynamics from both the Federal Reserve and ECB perspective. David Gibbs (Director of Education) will then walk you through ways FX Options can be used to manage exchange rate uncertainty. The webinar will explore the following: Evolving Exchange Rates: What to Watch, How to Handle Using FX Options Evolving Exchange Rates: What’s Next and How FX Options Can Help How to Navigate Exchange Rate Volatility Using FX Options How to Use FX Options to Handle Exchange Rate Uncertainty Take advantage of premium derivatives content, tools and alerts. Create a CME Group account
U.S. Dollar Makes Gains On Sliding British Pound
British Pound has biggest slide against the U.S. Dollar since 2016 as slowing economy ties Bank of England's ability to increase interest rates.
The Euro Falls Closer to USD
The Euro fell to its lowest exchange against the U.S. dollar since 2002, landing at $1.0283 EUR/USD on July 5th. Continued concerns about economic slow down in Europe is driving the currency to loose value, a trend that Nomura forecasts will continue until the currencies reach parity, as asset managers look for safe havens outside the continent.
Foreign Exchange Rates In Focus Amid Central Banks Divergence
Central bank policies are diverging. Monetary policy is likely to be a headwind for the Japanese yen and the Euro against the U.S. dollar, given the anticipated Federal Reserve interest rate hikes. The European Central Bank and Bank of Japan are expected to continue asset purchases.