Fireside Chats - What does the US Treasury Foreign Exchange report mean for FX markets?

Craig Chan our Global Head of FX Strategy discusses what his thoughts are for the upcoming US Treasury FX report

  • Quick background on the UST FX report – published twice a year and it provides a framework for the US to evaluate the currency practices of major trading partners.
  • With the aim to actively to dismantle unfair barriers to trade and achieve fairer and more reciprocal trade with partners.
  • Assuming no change in the UST criteria to label a country an FX manipulator, Thailand and Malaysia are likely to gain that status.


  • Craig Chan

    Global Head of FX Strategy

  • Jordan Rochester

    FX Strategist


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