In August, the US Federal Reserve agreed to increase employment, confirming a tolerance for higher inflation. Analysts believe interest rates are likely to remain low for years to come and potentially weaken the USD value. The 2020 election, fiscal restraint, low consumer confidence and the equity bull market run means the USD is likely to remain vulnerable. Some believe only a fiscal stimulus or correction in global equities could trigger a return to demand for the USD as a safe-haven currency.

 

Currency outlook 2020

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