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What will 2016 bring to the Forex traders? That's the question our four panelists tried to answer during the more than one hour that Ivan and Dale hosted them. Ashraf Laidi, Valeria Bednarik, Boris Schlossberg and Adam Button as panelists.

Starting with the Fed policy and the amount of rate hikes Yellen and co might deliver during next year, the experts agreed on some topics and diverged on others to create a great discussion on a broad range of issues concerning the FX markets.

The number of Fed hikes, a potential Brexit and the impact on sterling, a potential Saudi depegging on low oil as part of a worldwide currency war... the discussion was as wide as intense. Play the video recording and get a glance on how next year may look like.


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