Reuters Asks: What will be the funding currency of 2013?
Thursday, December 20, 2012 - 01:34
Dec. 21 - We ask leading analysts and financial professionals which is the currency to bet on in 2013.
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He's -- not given about how expensive the -- names. I'm the -- that to -- got quite clearly bunch of I would she's probably gonna continue easing. -- this and expensive cars pull this man said basket that from us. Were caught a long time now has -- the Japanese yen but obviously that wolves in a very different environment to the one in the world right scene now. Now we've got a whole face of currencies are operating interest rates in around. 0% I think it's pretty much people. Reasonably positive on the Europe and I think about -- and so -- these guys basically to get too excited about the end. All of the US dollar practice. We have a pretty constructive New York. So basically things are with the exception of the you know basically come up. Not perfectly locked down but in some sort of a holding pattern in major currencies. And that of course suggests that if the world remained stable which is our baseline scenario not a great story but not a disaster either. That emerging markets will continue to attract fund flows. An Indiana school. Do the same thing these girls could ultimately become quite useful. In trying to entertain us funding currency you got fiscal union the banking union a lot of uncertainty surrounding dot currency at the moment. And also depends on Friday that the -- rate cut coming on further down the line.
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