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Unfortunately, the news today is that the European Central Bank is going to take away your money. This is bad for the currency markets worldwide. We all know what the ECB does to currencies. It is bad for investors as well. The ECB takes away your money. I wrote about this yesterday.
It is a big deal. The next few paragraphs will give you a taste of what this means. (This is what the news release said.) “The European Central Bank on Wednesday night signaled that it may be forced to act if the Bank of England’s (ECB’s?) expected pace of double digit depreciation against the dollar over the next two years is not reversed. The ECB’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting in Luxembourg on Wednesday night focused on increasing risk perceptions and raising awareness of the risks of a deteriorating external position.”
Draghi on Wednesday indicated that the ECB would be forced to act if the uptrend in international prices were to slacken. The markets immediately reacted with shock and disbelief. What are the chances the ECB turns around and buys some more Treasuries and Platts? The short answer is that they cannot afford to wait. The longer answer is that the ECB has to balance its books and keep its overnight liquidity available. It cannot afford to do this without affecting growth in the currency.
The net result of this decision is that investors will look elsewhere for safe havens from further appreciative depreciation. The net result is that the EUR/USD pair will continue to rise against the dollar. An increasing amount of capital is flowing into the EUR/USD pair. This should not be welcomed as a good sign. It is difficult to see how the EUR/USD pair can be a safe refuge should the UK economy falter. We have seen several times over the past week how vulnerable the currency is.
The most recent development was a statement from the French finance ministry which indicated that it was considering pulling the plug on its bilateral trade with the UK if the government’s economic growth figures for the third quarter are poor. The UK economy contracted in the third quarter. This was unexpected as usual and the blame for this poor third quarter development will be laid at the door of the Chancellor. The blame also has to be laid at the door of the previous Chancellor, George Osborne. The Chancellor cut spending and tax cuts in his 2013 Budget, which was blamed for the poor third quarter.