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Natixis’ Nordine Naam predicts the US dollar will continue to rally under Trump’s presidency in FX-MM

  In his weekly currency forecast for FX-MM, Natixis’ senior forex analyst, Nordine Naam, analyses the markets’ movements in light of Donald Trump’s US presidential election victory. While Donald Trump’s poll-defying victory prompted a negative knee-jerk reaction elsewhere, the US dollar received a boost – as the prospect of both stronger US economic growth and …

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Natixis’ Abhishek Deshpande discusses the oil market’s reaction to Trump’s victory on Bloomberg TV

As markets adapt to Donald Trump’s shock presidential victory, one key area of interest is the consequences for the global oil markets. Natixis’ chief oil analyst, Abhishek Deshpande, offered his views on the president-elect’s potential oil market impact to Bloomberg TV. “Given Trump is pro-fossil fuels, and pro-U.S. fossil fuels, in particular, it is likely …

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Natixis’ Nordine Naam predicts currency volatility following Trump’s election victory in FX-MM

In Nordine Naam’s weekly forex blog for FX-MM, Natixis’ senior forex analyst discusses the latest currency movements in light of Donald Trump’s presidential election victory. Following the result that defied the pollsters, U.S. equity markets have fallen and, in turn, so has the dollar. With this in mind, Naam believes the greenback will remain highly volatile …

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Natixis’ Nordine Naam explains why confidence in the U.S. dollar remains high in FX-MM  

  In his weekly forex review for FX-MM, Natixis’ senior forex analyst, Nordine Naam, believes that very few obstacles stand in the way of the greenback’s appreciation. Indeed, the U.S dollar’s rally continues on the back of both Donald Trump’s sliding position in the U.S. presidential polls and promising macroeconomic indicators. In this respect, Naam …

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Natixis’ Nordine Naam predicts the US dollar will continue to strengthen in FX-MM

In his weekly forex review for FX&MM, Natixis’ senior forex analyst, Nordine Naam, argues the US dollar will continue to strengthen in light of myriad global stimuli. Naam sees Trump’s sliding position in the US presidential polls, and the prospect of Fed Funds rate hike in December, as factors with the capacity to bolster the greenback’s …

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Natixis’ Alicia García Herrero examines the renminbi’s succession to the IMF reserve currency with Euromoney

From October, the Chinese renminbi (RMB) is included in the special drawing rights (SDR) – the basket of currencies used by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a reserve currency – an acknowledgement of China’s remarkable growth in recent years. As the first emerging market currency added to the SDR basket, the longer-term structural implications …

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Natixis European Quality Market Neutral Index featured in Institutional Money

Natixis’ European Quality Market Neutral Index – in partnership with German indices provider, Solactive – comprises a long position in the Solactive European Quality Market Neutral Index, as well as a short position in the Euro Stoxx 50 Index Future. In doing so, the new index combines a market neutral approach with investing in potential …

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Natixis’ Abhishek Deshpande scoops The Petroleum Economist’s energy executive of the year award

Natixis’ senior oil analyst, Abhishek Deshpande has been named The Petroleum Economist’s “2016 Energy Executive of the Year”. Judged by industry leaders – including former OPEC Secretary General, Abdalla El- Badri and former BP executive, Lord John Browne, Baron Browne of Madingley – The Petroleum Economist Awards acknowledge the individuals, as well as organisations and …

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus analyses Brexit’s domestic and global effects for Institutional Investor

Immediately after British voters endorsed an exit from the EU on 23rd June, investors cleared $2.1 trillion from the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI) in just 24 hours. Now that the dust has mostly settled for post-Brexit volatility, Patrick Artus, chief economist for Natixis, has analysed the hysterical market reaction for Institutional Investor’s Unconventional Wisdom …

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Natixis’ metal analyst, Bernard Dahdah, forecasts weak demand for gold in TFR

 Over the decades, central banks’ attitudes towards gold ownership have shifted in tune with transformations to the world’s monetary system and economic downturns. Writing for Trade and Forfaiting Review, Natixis’ metals analyst, Bernard Dahdah, analyses gold demand in light of myriad global phenomena including the financial crisis, rising demand from new markets such as China …

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