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2023, is it a new cycle?
To better understand the forecast strategies of major asset classes in financial markets for 2023, Jolene Li Sing How welcomes the Head of Trading, Ronnie Bhurtah and Senior Trader, Gavin Kannee in Global Markets at MCB. Volatility and trend are the main themes.
Fed hikes again
The Fed raised interest rates by 75bps as widely anticipated by the market, a move that could impact both the G10 and emerging markets as well. On this week’s episode, we discuss on the aggressive series of rates and key events that could shape up the narrative in the coming weeks, as well as some technical view on the FX Market.
Commodities Outlook and its impact on Markets
Commodity markets were once sought as a prominent safe haven from inflation threat. Investors are seeking other real return alternatives. On this week’s episode of MCB Wave podcast, Jolene sits down with Shehzad Purdasy, Structurer – Client Advisory at MCB.
EURUSD: 1 to 1
Euro hovered on the brink of parity last week as the Nord Stream pipeline feeding gas to Germany from Russia is on a 10-day maintenance. The European Central Bank introduced a new game for the anti-fragmentation plan called Transmission Protection Mechanism. Listen to this week’s episode of MCB Wave podcast with Jolene Li Sing How and Shalinee Ramphul-Rampadaruth, Global Markets Sales Manager at MCB.
FX markets are susceptible to a range of factors which affect their volatility, and many traders look to tailor their strategies to capitalise on the most volatile currency pairs. This week on MCB Wave podcast, our host Jolene Li Sing How welcomes Yannick Brutus, Global Markets Sales Dealer at MCB.
Too little, too late for the Bank of England?
The Bank of England implemented a fifth consecutive hike to interest rates in June on a clear mandate to curb price pressures.