- The decline in EURUSD from an average of 1.33 between 2010-2014 to an average of 1.13 in the years
- The Covid-19 shock has radically changed the macro landscape
- Now there are good reasons to expect appreciation of the euro vs. the US dollar
1. The euro looks undervalued vs. the US dollar, although less than naïve estimates based on purchasing power parity (PPP) would imply. The severe global recession that resulted from the Covid-19 shock has caused significant changes in the monetary and fiscal landscape.
2. The experts' view is that the euro is likely to head higher in the coming quarters and that euro-denominated investors are likely to experience FX-related losses on US dollar-based investments.
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