In this third installation of our new series on the impact of foreign exchange on small to mid-sized companies, we look at five key things to look for when choosing a local partner when doing business in overseas markets.
The highlights for the market this week will be the rate statements from the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan alongside the release of the first estimate of the first quarter growth in the U.S.
After three days of backing up, sovereign yields are somewhat steady. The market is talking about the possibility of an inverted U.S. yield curve in the coming quarters. In FX, the yen saw selling pressure as President Trump and Japanese PM Abe agreed to work closely on bi-lateral trade. Here are 5 things you need to know.
Despite geopolitical and Middle East risks the FX market remains somewhat subdued. Nevertheless, with the U.S. pushing its twin deficits up while also increasing interest rates, dollar bears continue to look for selling opportunities.
The Syrian conflict concerns faded at the end of the week and boosted the USD versus the JPY and the CHF. Next up for the markets will be the release of retail sales data in the U.S. and the Bank of Canada rate statements.
In this second article of our new series on “The impact of foreign exchange on small to mid-sized companies" we look at five of the best practices that SMBs can follow to lower foreign exchange risk and focus on growth.