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Author Archives: Paresh Upadhyaya
(Part two of three) Paresh Upadhyaya is Director of Currency Strategy, US at Pioneer Investments. In this second of a three-part series, Paresh Upadhyaya shares his thoughts on the potential implications of a Trump or Clinton win for the USD … Continue reading
Paresh Upadhyaya is Director of Currency Strategy, U.S. at Pioneer Investments. The UK’s vote to leave the EU will have global economic and financial consequences. During the initial days of uncertainty, global financial markets sold off sharply as markets were determining … Continue reading
The presidential race is likely to turn much more conventional as it moves forward, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively. Both candidates remain deeply unpopular, with Trump less popular than Clinton. … Continue reading
One of the unintended consequences of G-4 QE policies has been the development of EM macro imbalances. These imbalances have manifested themselves in rising current account deficits, rising inflation, robust credit growth and a rapid buildup of USD-denominated debt. During … Continue reading
On December 11, 2015, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced a new renminbi (RMB) exchange rate index that sent a clearer message about a significant shift in the way the PBoC manages its exchange rate. The key reason for … Continue reading