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Increased Forex Price Volatility is the New Normal

Increased Forex Price Volatility is the New Normal

5 Years ago | February 03, 2015 00:00:00

The forex market had already transitioned from a period of low volatility to one of higher volatility before the SNB fiasco (as we like to call it) rocked the forex market. This has seen a period of choppy trading with bouts of increased forex price volatility as seen today after the RBA cut interest rates by 25bps. While this was not a total surprise (timing was the uncertainty), the AUD nevertheless fell over 200 pips (-2.55%) from its high following the rate cut. This is a large FX move by any standard and I will explore in this article whether this type of price action is the “new normal” and what it means for you. 

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