DXY to pop through 104.50 towards 105.00 – ING

Source Fxstreet
Mar 28, 2024 09:46

The US Dollar (USD) is no rush to sell off, economists at ING say.

Short-dated interest rate differentials are moving in favour of the Dollar

As we head into the end of the quarter, one of the defining narratives remains the normalisation of monetary policy in the G10 space and the current signals that the Fed may be a late arrival. This follows last week's rate cut in Switzerland, Wednesday's Riksbank meeting near-promising a rate cut in May or June, and comments from the RBNZ Governor that New Zealand was preparing to normalise policy. As a result, short-dated interest rate differentials are moving in favour of the Dollar.

It is hard to speculate against the Dollar in the G10 space, and barring any significant quarter-end rebalancing, it feels like the greater risks are DXY popping through 104.50 towards 105.00.

 

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