Debabrata Das

Debabrata Das is has been a financial journalist for nearly 12 years. He has written for top Indian financial publications including The Economic Times, The Financial Express and The Hindu Business Line. He keenly tracks macroeconomic developments and their impact on markets. His spare time is spent watching European football.

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RBA sign outside its headquarters in Sydney
Australian dollar (AUD) surges as hawks win at RBA meet

The central bank governor’s statement on Tuesday was significantly less dovish than before

Debabrata Das09:22, 5 April 2022
The Reserve Bank of Australia signage on its headquarters
Will the Australian dollar (AUD) see a drop soon?

The Aussie’s strength may fizzle if its central bank remains dovish later this week

Debabrata Das13:07, 4 April 2022
The US dollar note versus the Chinese yuan note
If the dollar crashes can China’s yuan offer a global alternative?

The US dollar’s share of global reserves is slipping, but is China ready to offer a credible reserve currency?

Debabrata Das15:00, 31 March 2022
A view of the Australian House of Representatives in Canberra
Aussie surge continues after federal budget presentation

The Australian dollar keeps rising as the federal government splashes the cash

Debabrata Das06:02, 30 March 2022
Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo
Is the BOJ worried about the Japanese yen’s (JPY) fall?

Japan's central bank has so far maintained that a weaker currency is positive for the industry

Debabrata Das11:52, 28 March 2022
Transvaal Lions with cub drinking water at center, male lion head. Portrait from South Africa 50 Rand 1992 Banknotes.
South African rand (ZAR): What can break its resilience?

While a hawkish central bank has helped the rand, global economic uncertainties loom

Debabrata Das11:56, 25 March 2022
Central business district in Thailand
EM Asia FX continue losing ground versus the US dollar

Currencies of Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia continued to fall

Debabrata Das12:44, 23 March 2022
Close-up of Australian currency notes against US dollar.
Can the Australian dollar (AUD) rise further?

Commodity price surge drives momentum in the Aussie versus the US dollar

Debabrata Das12:18, 22 March 2022
Galata district in Istanbul Turkey - building of central bank of the republic of turkey on Istanbul
Turkish lira falls after central bank holds interest rates

The central bank kept interest rates on hold at 14% even as inflation is soaring

Debabrata Das15:32, 17 March 2022
People crossing the street in Brisbane, Australia
Aussie dollar surges on strong labour force data

Lowest unemployment rate since 2008 and strong commodity markets help the Australian dollar

Debabrata Das11:33, 17 March 2022
Tokyo's central business district
Will the Japanese yen face more pressure?

Widening trade deficit and ongoing loose monetary policy expected to keep pulling yen down

Debabrata Das13:17, 16 March 2022
Nightscape of the Beijing International Trade Business Circle
Has the new Covid-19 outbreak in China ended yuan’s rally?

Offshore yuan slips to its lowest since November as economic growth concerns increase

Debabrata Das11:31, 15 March 2022
Japanese yen currency notes
Is the Japanese yen still a safe haven?

The Japanese yen has lost value in recent economic shocks, diminishing its safe-haven status

Debabrata Das10:41, 11 March 2022
The Reserve Bank of Australia signage at its headquarters
Australian dollar marches higher despite dovish RBA

A dovish speech by the governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia has not deterred the Aussie's recent rally

Debabrata Das12:38, 10 March 2022
Currency notes of EUR100 and USD100 stashed together
Can the slumping Euro find support as it nears US dollar parity?

Even as the Euro continues to weaken, experts predict it will find support before reaching US dollar parity

Debabrata Das12:33, 8 March 2022

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