We think the dollar will fall further as risky assets gain

We think that the inverse relationship between the dollar and risk appetite will remain strong over the next couple of years, against a backdrop of low and stable interest rates. We expect that the dollar will weaken further and risky assets continue to fare well as the global economy recovers.
Jonathan Petersen Markets Economist
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