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Marc Chandler has been covering the global capital markets in one fashion or another for more than 25 years, working at economic consulting firms and global investment banks. Chandler attended North Central College for undergraduate work, where he majored in political science and the humanities. He holds master's degrees from Northern Illinois University and University of Pittsburgh in American History and International Political Economy. Currently Chandler teaches at New York University Center for Global Affairs, where he is an associate professor. A prolific writer and speaker he appears regularly in the press and has spoken for, and is an honorary fellow of, the Foreign Policy Association. In addition to being quoted in the financial press daily, Chandler has been published in the Financial Times, Foreign Affairs, and the Washington Post. In 2009, Chandler was named a Business Visionary by Forbes. In 2009, his book, Making Sense of the Dollar, was published by Bloomberg Press and received a Bronze Award from Independent Publishers.

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Awards & Publications

Business Visionary Forbes August 2009 Best Currency Strategy Team Global Finance 2003 Best Fundamental Analysis Global Finance January 2012 Retained top position through 2015 Keynote Speaker at William K. Tell Jr. Lecture Foreign Policy Association November 2007

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Dollar Trades Heavily as Emerging Markets Follow China

One would not have a clue looking at global equities that there has been a sharp escalation in trade tensions in the past 36 hours.  As was well tipped the US imposed a 10% tariff on $200 bln of Chinese goods and indicated that the tariff will ...

Bannockburn Global Adds Leading Currency Strategist in Marc Chandler

Bannockburn Global Forex, LLC 312 Walnut Street, Suite 3580 Cincinnati, OH 45202 Contact:  Mark R. Wendling (513) 386-7400                         Mark.Wendling@bbgfx.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 17, 2018 ...

Dollar Slips, though Emerging Markets Trade Heavily

The US dollar is beginning the new week on a soft note, as China threatens not to accept the invitation for trade talks in Washington if the US imposes new tariffs on $200 bln of its goods, which the Wall Street Journal reports could come as ear...

Emerging Markets: Preview of the Week Ahead

(from my colleague Dr. Win Thin) EM FX ended mixed in Friday, capping off an up and down week.  RUB and TRY initially firmed on their respective rate hikes but gave back some of those gains heading into the weekend.  Trade tensions are likely ...

Dollar Pullbacks Remain Shallow as Rate Differentials Widen

The trajectory of monetary policy in the  US and Europe has been fairly clear.  There is practically no doubt that the Fed will hike rates on September 26.  Despite softer than expected PPI and CPI figures, the market has become more confiden...