Demand for US dollar as world’s reserve currency ‘seems to be waning’ – Deutsche Bank

Demand for US dollar as world’s reserve currency ‘seems to be waning’ – Deutsche Bank
The currency markets are currently facing “multiple cross-currents” on rising global concerns over a potential second wave of Covid-19, said Deutsche Bank’s chief Asia macro strategist Sameer Goel.

According to him, the “big question” for investors right now is whether the US dollar should be trading at a safe-haven risk premium.

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