September 2019 was a volatile month for US money markets as a confluence of events caused sudden shortages of excess reserves in the financial system. The Federal Reserve stepped in to shore up liquidity, but not before secured overnight funding rates spiked to over five percent. In this blog post we describe how stress in …read more
Since the US presidential election on November 9th, markets generally have welcomed the more conciliatory tone from the President-elect Donald Trump. How have currency markets reacted, how might the changing economic environment affect hedging decisions, and what does this mean for currency returns?