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It is very difficult to outperform the "random walk without drift" benchmark. The forward rate is not a particularly good predictor as it is often biased. Nevertheless some economists claim it is possible. Here is a literature review (Rossi 2013): http://crei.cat/people/rossi/Rossi_ExchangeRatePredictability_Feb_13.pdf From reading this it would seem that ...
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Although they are often used in the media, there is no precise definition for terms like risk-on/risk-off, market sentiment, risk appetite and so on. Usually a risk-on day is simply a day when the stock market went up, and similarly for a day of "increasing risk appetite". Generally the possibility of rate hikes raises the dollar, but not always. So the ...
Well stock prices change all the time when markets are open. American options give you the opportunity to exercise it at any time up until maturity, whereas a European option only allows you to exercise it at a specific date and time. A simple example is to compare an American option that matures in 1 day and European option where it matures at the last ...
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