A person walks through a quiet Times Square in New York on August 24. Data shows that the number of new Covid-19 cases reported each day in the US since the beginning of the outbreak has begun to edge lower. Photo: EPA-EFE
A person walks through a quiet Times Square in New York on August 24. Data shows that the number of new Covid-19 cases reported each day in the US since the beginning of the outbreak has begun to edge lower. Photo: EPA-EFE
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

US dollar weakness won’t last. Signs show a turnaround is due

  • In an evolving situation, dollar bears have to decide if it still makes sense to buy another currency in preference to the dollar
  • While Chinese data may justify yuan strength versus the dollar, European data does not quite justify euro strength

A person walks through a quiet Times Square in New York on August 24. Data shows that the number of new Covid-19 cases reported each day in the US since the beginning of the outbreak has begun to edge lower. Photo: EPA-EFE
A person walks through a quiet Times Square in New York on August 24. Data shows that the number of new Covid-19 cases reported each day in the US since the beginning of the outbreak has begun to edge lower. Photo: EPA-EFE
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