The French downgrade, which is rumored as coming any minute, isn’t priced in yet. The actual move means that the core is officially hit by the debt crisis, says Christopher Vecchio of DailyFX.
In the interview below, Vecchio discusses actions by the ECB, the decoupling of the US from the rest of the world and more. Bullishness in felt only concerning the EUR/CHF floor.
Christopher Vecchio is a currency analyst for DailyFX. With a background in political science and law, he focuses on the interrelationships between geopolitical events, macroeconomic trends, and market reactions. Also an active trader, Christopher monitors the markets around the clock. Expertise: News events, market reactions, an macro trends.
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