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Marc Chandler: Dollar To Remain Strong In The Short Run – The Daily Dive


Starting off the trading week on The Daily Dive is that of Marc Chandler, whom runs Marc to Market and is Chief Market Strategist at Bannockburn Global Forex. Marc joins us this afternoon to discuss his thoughts on the strength of the dollar and the impact of the expiring SLR exemption, as well as his take on the impact of coming stimulus on the economy and the topic of transitory inflation.

Marc to Market is an internationally recognized financial blog, where Marc provides his insights on the markets. Originally founded in 2005, Marc as well as his media outlet is frequently quoted in major publications such as the Financial Times, Bloomberg, and the Washington Post among others.


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Marc Chandler
He has been covering the global capital markets in one fashion or another for more than 30 years, working at economic consulting firms and global investment banks. After 14 years as the global head of currency strategy for Brown Brothers Harriman, Chandler joined Bannockburn Global Forex, as a managing partner and chief markets strategist as of October 1, 2018.
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