U.S. Rate-Cut Cycles and the U.S. Dollar

U.S. Rate-Cut Cycles and the U.S. Dollar The U.S. dollar has weakened only once, over the past four U.S. rate-cut cycles. Picture source: T. Rowe Price

Bank Reserves and the U.S. Dollar

Bank Reserves and the U.S. Dollar This interesting chart shows the correlation between excess reserves held by banks at the Fed and the U.S. dollar. Picture source: Financial Times

U.S. Dollar and Global Liquidity

U.S. Dollar and Global Liquidity In 2018, global liquidity fell at the fastest rate since the global financial crisis. This chart suggests that a reversal in global liquidity lies ahead. Picture source: Swedbank Research

The U.S. Dollar’s 15-Year Cycles

The U.S. Dollar’s 15-Year Cycles The chart suggests that the cycle in U.S. dollar from peak to peak is about 15 years on average. Picture source: Financial Times

Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar since 1913

Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar since 1913 How does inflation effect the purchasing power of money? $100 in 1913 would only be worth $3.87 in 2019. Picture source: howmuch.net

Impact of an Inverted Yield Curve: S&P 500 and U.S. Dollar

Impact of an Inverted Yield Curve: S&P 500 and U.S. Dollar History tells us that the U.S. dollar and the S&P 500 could go higher, and the yield curve could stay inverted until mid-2020. Picture source: Nordea and Macrobond Click the Picture to Enlarge