A man checks rates at a currency exchange shop in Istanbul last year. The currency market is still feeling its way through the ripple effects of the trade war. Photo: AP
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Global currency markets continue to be roiled by US-China trade war

  • Trade war tensions ripple through currencies, weakening the euro and driving up safe havens like the Swiss franc, yen and, ironically, the US dollar. Continued yuan weakness also risks sparking currency wars

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A man checks rates at a currency exchange shop in Istanbul last year. The currency market is still feeling its way through the ripple effects of the trade war. Photo: AP
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