By Ashraf Laïdi
As head FX strategist at CMC Markets–one of the world's prime forex/commodity brokers–Ashraf Laidi is aware the forces shaping modern foreign money marketplace and their interaction with rates of interest, equities, and commodities. And now, with currency exchange and Intermarket research, he stocks his broad reports during this box with you. in the course of the ebook, Laidi outlines the instruments had to comprehend the macroeconomic and monetary nuances of this dynamic box and gives you with insights which are necessary to benefiting from a while inside it.
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What followed in the second half of the decade would be a five-year decline in the currency, unprecedented in the new post–gold standard era. S. economy from its slowdown in the second half of 1976. S. dollar, especially through his outspoken Treasury Secretary Michael Blumenthal, who pressured the Fed into monetary policy easing. The slide was accelerated in June 1977 when Blumenthal talked down the dollar after a meeting with his German and Japanese counterparts. The new policy sent the dollar tumbling more than 20 percent between January 1977 and October 1978, a dramatic plunge by postwar standards.
Low interest rates and a shrinking budget deficit helped the economy grow by more than 4 percent in 1997, 1998, and 1999, the highest three-year growth period since the mid-1980s. S equities as it was for the dollar. S. equities rose 1,448 percent, 59 percent, and 34 percent in 1998, 1999, and 2000 respectively. The dollar increased in value by 13 percent in 1997, fell 6 percent in 1998 due to three Fed rate cuts in the third and fourth quarters, and then rose 8 percent and 9 percent in 1999 and 2000.
3 percent against the dollar, while the deutsche mark and the Japanese yen both soared 21 percent. S. dollar made an equally memorable 40 percent plunge in the ensuing two years. By the end of 1987, the currency lost all of the gains incurred at the first half of the decade. Once again, the world’s top economies had to intervene, this time to support the falling dollar. The Louvre Accord of February 1987 was reached to stabilize the falling dollar and help other countries halt costly appreciations in their currencies.