A classic paper on the economics of currency areas illuminates the dilemma facing the eurozone. The recent calm in financial markets does not alter the fundamental problem, warns David Rowe
Currency wars, the end of QE and the influence of policymakers makes foreign exchange markets a myriad and complex area, says Stephen Gallo, head of foreign exchange strategy Europe, at Bank of Montreal...
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The eurozone faces mounting political and social tensions. Its latest policy moves on the Cyprus bailout are likely to exacerbate the situation as longer-term problems remain, concludes Saxo’s Hardy
The results of Italy's election may have created uncertainty, but the eurozone's future remains intact, according to speakers at the FX Invest Europe conference
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The global financial crisis has driven several trends in wholesale financial markets that have led to a higher demand for high-quality collateral. More transactions are now secured instead of unsecured on the money market, and, in overthe-counter derivatives...
Stressed value-at-risk has been less controversial than the other capital charges introduced in response to the financial crisis – but some dealers say the new metric is decreasing appetite for risk in foreign exchange options markets and might drive...
The vast majority of respondents believe at least one country will leave the euro by 2014, but expect the single currency to survive
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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