David Forrester of Credit Agricole shares his outlook for major currencies and central bank expectations for this year.
Stefanie Holtze-Jen, Deutsche Bank Private Bank's chief investment officer for Asia-Pacific, discusses how interest rate cuts from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the "two hot wars" might affect the currency.
Steve Hanke, professor of applied economics at John Hopkins University, discusses the possible implications that libertarian Javier Milei's victory in Argentina's presidential runoff contest may have for the peso.
Andrew Ticehurst of Nomura expects U.S. dollar strength to remain in the near term, and believes intervention risk is growing for the Japanese yen as it weakens against the USD.
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