Currency Reports

Currency Trends in Emerging Countries: Jan-Apr 2019 (Monthly Report)

6 May 2019 - Currency values have remained very stable in April, with most of them slightly dropping against the US dollar, as a clear sign of the strength of the American economy. The Turkish lira has however experienced a new crisis, sharply falling against the euro and even more dropping against a recovering pound, and therefore boosting sales to the European Union. 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: 1st Quarter 2019 (Monthly Report)

1 April 2019 - The euro has further dropped in March whereas the Sterling was resisting Brexit-related uncertainties. Emerging currencies have therefore fallen against the British currency in the first quarter whereas rising against the euro. The Sri Lankan rupee has been the strongest whereas the Turkish lira has experienced a new crisis in the last days. 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: Jan-Feb 2019 (Monthly Report)

5 March 2019 - The Indian rupee has clearly fallen in the first two months of the year, becoming the weakest of our long list of emerging currencies whereas the Chinese renminbi was rebounding. The recovery of the Sterling should also boost Indian exports in addition, whereas the euro remains relatively weak, over emerging populism and deteriorating economic results. 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: January 2019 (Monthly Report)

1 February 2019 - The US dollar has eventually weakened in January over a possible change in the policy of the US Fed, with the Sterling sharply rebounding whatever the Brexit uncertainties in the UK. The renminbi has significantly dropped over poor results of the Chinese economy, whereas the Indian rupee has been the weakest of our long list of low-cost currencies. Chinese demand for Indian fibers and yarns could therefore be boosted after holidays. 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: Full 2018 (Monthly Report)

2 January 2019 - The currencies of most emerging economies have eventually resisted any new decline in the past months, after clearly falling against the dollar in the first half. Risks of a new financial crisis have now disappeared with however a few countries still confronted with a sharp fall of their currencies, including Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Turkey. The US dollar could weaken in the new year, whereas the euro is expected slightly rebounding and the pound remaining weak, over the Brexit crisis. 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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