U.S. Dollar: Expect a "Powerful Move" -- Here's Why
by Murray Gunn
Updated: September 24, 2019
You've probably heard about the recent short-term liquidity issues that the Federal Reserve Bank had to intervene into.
The Fed has had to "inject cash" into money markets to boost the amount of available cash, so that trades could be settled effectively.
If this reminds you of 2007-2009 crisis, you're right. "Liquidity crunch" was the phrase you heard every day back then.
But if that's where we're headed, what market would give the early warning?
Answer: the U.S. dollar. Watch our Head of Global Research explain why.
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