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Renminbi’s fall stokes US ire
Announcing the end of the strong dollar policy is easier than actually ending it
South Africa’s rand bears the brunt as investors redraw US rate expectations
Sterling hits 30-month low after Fed implies further US rate cuts are not guaranteed
Institutions diversify reserves away from the dollar in the first half as trade tensions simmer
Foreign investors face easier ride as price for dollar hedges starts to back down
Widely viewed as a safe asset, nearly 80% of the US notes are now held overseas
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Trump concerned others countries are weakening their currencies to boost exports
The Trump administration may try to force the dollar down, but probably without success
Trade wars are now conducted by presidential tweet, so why not currency wars?
Washington’s FX policy has oscillated between heavy interventions and benign neglect
Wall Street investment bank latest to mull spectre of White House move to weaken dollar
Arbitrary calculations should not be used as a basis for imposing tariffs
In this guest post, former veteran Treasury official Mark Sobel argues that the US administration’s penchant for weaponising currency markets will hurt both itself and the international monetary system.
Businesses in countries such as Russia are testing the power of the reserve currency but it could benefit from any global instability
With big threats to global growth it is premature to call time on the greenback’s run
Some investors are braced for a big fall in the US dollar, but others note constraints
Decline has lifted other currencies, but analysts warn boost may not last
Market questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead