IMF backs ECB call for European slowdown
Like European Central bank chief Mario Draghi, the International Monetary Fund remains unwilling to call a European recession, but its latest outlook still sees a slowdown on the near horizon.
The Federal Reserve has a new boss, and according to Saxo Bank head of forex strategy John Hardy, he's not the same as the old boss.
Jerome Powell brings a candid, frank style to the position, which is proving a sharp contrast to the tone struck by the Bernanke/Yellen Fed. In Hardy's latest webinar, he explains what this could mean for the dollar, the Fed's 'third mandate', volatility, and markets as a whole.
He also takes a closer look at the state of play following the early-February volatility smash-up, including the VIX and risk parity, among other topics.
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