Quotes from Lloyds Bank:
-Monetary policy divergence amongst the G10 is likely to become more apparent in 2015. We expect US dollar strength to continue in 2015, while expectations of further ECB easing will undermine the euro.
-For sterling , the UK's growth outlook and prospects for an interest rate rise should support the currency. However, heightened political uncertainty will pose downside risks. Meanwhile, EM currencies continue to exhibit vulnerability to Fed policy tightening.
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