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Will US tax cuts provide too much stimulus?

Claudio Piron, co-head of Asia rates and FX strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, says tax cuts are key for the dollar's direction.

Source: CNBC.com

How will higher US rates affect the Aussie?

Ray Attrill, head of FX Strategy at National Australia Bank, says the pace of higher rates in the U.S. could put pressure on the Aussie next year.

Source: CNBC.com

This FX strategist is upbeat on the euro for next year

Sim Moh Siong, FX strategist at Bank of Singapore, says the European Central Bank is likely heading for tighter policy.

Source: CNBC.com

Impact of ECB QE reduction will be contained, strategist says

Themos Fiotakis, co-head of FX and rates strategy at UBS, talks European monetary policy.

Source: CNBC.com

UBS: US dollar to weaken further against the euro

Themos Fiotakis, co-head of FX and rates strategy at UBS, discusses currency trading.

Source: CNBC.com

Will the US dollar weaken next year?

Hans Redeker, ā€ˇglobal head of FX strategy at Morgan Stanley, says a weaker dollar is possible next year even if the Fed hikes rates three times.

Source: CNBC.com

Asia is 'well placed' to go into next year: strategist

Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays, says President Trump's visit to Asia has showed a willingness to discuss contentious issues.

Source: CNBC.com

Powell has plenty of experience within the Fed, Citi strategist says

The composition of the Federal Reserve could start to look more balanced, Luis Costa, head of CEEMEA FX and rates strategy at Citi, said.

Source: CNBC.com

US tax cuts could drive dollar higher in the 'short term'

Mitul Kotecha, head Asia FX and rates strategy, Barclays, says U.S. tax cuts would drive the dollar higher in the short term, but tax reform is needed for a sustainable impact.

Source: CNBC.com

Tech shares benefit from low interest rates: strategist

Eric Robertsen, head, Global Macro Strategy and FX Research, Standard Chartered Bank, says tech shares gain from global growth and low interest rates.

Source: CNBC.com