A Weaker U.S. Dollar in 2020?

A Weaker U.S. Dollar in 2020? This chart suggests that the U.S. dollar could decline this year, as long as the Fed keeps pumping money into the banking system. Image: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. EUR/USD

U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. EUR/USD The inflow of U.S. dollar into the financial system should continue to grow this year and tends to support the euro against the US dollar. Image: Saxo Bank

U.S. Dollar and the Big Mac Index

U.S. Dollar and the Big Mac Index The latest Big Mac index suggests that the U.S. dollar remains overvalued against most currencies. Image: The Economist

U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. MSCI World

U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. MSCI World U.S. dollar liquidity should continue to grow this year and support global equity markets. Image: Saxo Bank

U.S. Dollar Smile: Dollar Appreciation and Depreciation​

U.S. Dollar Smile: Dollar Appreciation and Depreciation The U.S. dollar smile suggests a weaker dollar by the end of 2020. You may also like “U.S. Twin Deficits (% of GDP) Lead Real Trade Weighted Dollar Index by Two Years” and “U.S. Dollar and Relative Growth (GDP Spread).” Image: Nordea and Macrobond

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 vs. MSCI World ex-U.S.

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 vs. MSCI World ex-U.S. BofAML suggests that the outlook for the U.S. dollar remains bullish into 2020, but if the S&P 500 is to top out relative to the rest of the world, then the U.S. dollar would likely weaken. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research