Currency Reports

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: January-September 2018 (Monthly Report)

1 October 2018 - Emerging currencies have sharply dropped in the first three quarters of 2018, potentially boosting exports to the Western markets. The US Fed has further raised its benchmark interest rate in September, offering therefore some more support to the US dollar. The Turkish lira has sharply rebounded whereas the Sri Lankan rupee was plunging. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: August 2018 (Monthly Report)

3 September 2018 - Most emerging currencies have depreciated in August, as a result of a still bullish dollar, rising oil prices as well as potential contagion from Turkey’s currency crisis. China’s central bank has meanwhile announced to keep a tighter grip on its exchange rate. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: July 2018 (Monthly Report)

1 August 2018 -The renminbi has once again fallen drastically against the dollar in July amid trade tensions with the US, raising speculations about a currency war and putting pressure on authorities to take countermeasures. The Turkish lira also continues to depreciate amid the country’s crisis, fueling worries around the central bank’s independence. Following a period of harsh depreciation, the Indian rupee has in July remained stable due to interest rate increases and lower oil prices. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: June and First Half 2018 (Monthly Report)

4 July 2018 -The renminbi has in June experienced its hardest monthly decline in over twenty years, creating speculations about a currency war and forcing the People’s Bank of China to take countermeasures. A relief of political uncertainty in the eurozone has stabilized the euro for now, following its recent decline. Meanwhile, the Pakistan rupee has taken yet another harsh plunge amid the country’s large trade deficit. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: May 2018 (Monthly Report)

4 June 2018 -The rise of the dollar in May has not impacted exchange rates of most low-cost currencies, whereas the euro and pound sterling have plunged at the same time, weakening demand for apparel imports in the EU. Bangladeshi cotton importers find themselves in a good position, with the taka having appreciated against the Indian rupee. Our monthly statistical report covers the past two years and displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi over a 2-year period. Full Report...   Sample Report...   Table Of Content...

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