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Dollar to Dive in 2024 as Investors Bet on Fed Cuts

Dollar to Dive in 2024 as Investors Bet on Fed Cuts
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Nigel Green By Friday, 24 November 2023 10:47 AM EST Current | Bio | Archive

The U.S. dollar is likely to consistently weaken throughout 2024 as the U.S. Federal Reserve winds up its aggressive interest rate hiking agenda, I predict, as it is reported that asset managers are selling the currency at the fastest pace in a year.

The Big Dollar Sell-Off

The big dollar sell-off is on, it would appear.

We expect this trend to increase in momentum throughout 2024 as investors increasingly believe that the Federal Reserve’s most aggressive interest rate hiking campaign in a generation is winding down.

The dollar traditionally performs well at the start of the year, but it is likely that it will consistently weaken during the course of next year as the Fed moves to ease its grip on rates.

With the battle against inflation being won, it can be expected that the central bank will roll out multiple rate cuts in 2024, prompting investors to think that holding so many dollars is not as necessary.

The expectation is that lower interest rates will reduce the attractiveness of dollar-denominated assets. As interest rates in the U.S. decline, the interest rate differential between the dollar and other currencies narrows, diminishing the yield advantage that has historically drawn investors to the greenback.

Furthermore, the possibility of multiple rate cuts by the Fed is prompting investors to seek higher-yielding assets elsewhere, contributing to the accelerated exit from the dollar.

Alternative investments in currencies from regions with more favourable interest rate outlooks become increasingly appealing as the interest rate differentials shift in their favor.

Global Reverberations

The reverberations of this dollar sell-off extend beyond the borders of the United States.

A weakened dollar has implications for global trade, as a depreciating currency can boost US exports but may also lead to tensions with trading partners,” says the deVere Group CEO.

In addition, emerging market economies, which often carry significant levels of dollar-denominated debt, will experience relief as the burden of servicing this debt is alleviated with a weaker dollar.

As investors bet big on the Fed cutting rates, 2024 could be dubbed ‘the year of the dollar dive’.

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London-born Nigel Green is founder and CEO of deVere Group. Following in his father’s footstep, he entered the financial services industry as a young adult. After working in the sector for 15 years in London, he subsequently spent several years operating within the international space, before launching deVere in 2002 with a single office in Hong Kong. Today, deVere is one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organizations, doing business in 100 countries and with more than $12bn under advisement. It specializes global financial solutions to international, local mass affluent, and high-net-worth clients. In early 2017, it was announced that deVere would launch its own private bank. In addition, deVere also confirmed it has received its own investment banking license.

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The U.S. dollar is likely to consistently weaken throughout 2024 as the U.S. Federal Reserve winds up its aggressive interest rate hiking agenda, I predict, as it is reported that asset managers are selling the currency at the fastest pace in a year.
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