Why Goldman Sachs Went From Investing For The Rich To Targeting Everyone Description video: Goldman Sachs, the Wall Street investment bank, has a storied history. Founded by Marcus Goldman 150 years ago, his son Henry revolutionized the industry with company […]
Why Goldman Sachs Went From Investing For The Rich To Targeting Everyone
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Goldman Sachs assessed the situation in the foreign exchange market
Goldman Sachs has started to short the dollar as renewed growth in the US is expected to lure investors out of the traditional currency haven.
In a note, the investment bank wrote that, although analysts argued that it was too premature «direct and sustained dollar decline, given the balance of cyclical risks», US currency shorts now look attractive in some currency pairs.
Goldman Sachs’ forecast cited a robust reopening process for a number of businesses, a slowdown in the spread of coronavirus in some countries, encouraging political action such as progress in decision-making on the EU recovery fund.
The bank also advised to pay attention to the Norwegian krone.
«Norway’s demographic, financial situation and domestic medical infrastructure make it more prepared for an outbreak than many other countries.», – said in a note by Goldman Analysis led by the co-chairs of the global monetary fund Zach Pundle and Kamaksha Trivedi.
«While others are forced to either limit support for their fiscal policy or sharply increase borrowing, Norway may repatriate funds from its investments abroad (Norway today announced that it will increase daily transactions from NOK 2.1 billion to NOK 2.3 billion). helping to support the economy and currency», – added by experts.
Norway had reported 8,440 Covid-19 cases and 236 deaths as of Monday morning, taking tough measures to fight the virus as early as March 12 and creating significant testing potential.
In March, the country also announced a three-phase financial stimulus plan and developed two government credit and guarantee schemes to provide liquidity for Norwegian businesses..