When Status Becomes Compromised – Live with Andreas Steno Larsen

Published on
July 30th, 2020
57 minutes

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When Status Becomes Compromised – Live with Andreas Steno Larsen

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Featuring Andreas Steno Larsen

Published on: July 30th, 2020 • Duration: 57 minutes

The currency market dwarfs every other market in terms of daily trading volume. More often than not, however, it gets lost in shuffle of the the day to day news flow as it is eclipsed by the more topical and noisy stock market. What many perhaps don’t realize is that the FX market, similar to the bond market, tells a much more comprehensive story of how a country is doing overall. The price of a currency relative to another reflects everything from politics, geopolitics and international relations to the macro- and microeconomic conditions of each respective nation. And, in the case of the U.S. and its almighty global reserve currency, weakness or strength can signal potential tectonic shifts in the global order of things. As such, understanding the fragility of a global reserve currency becomes paramount to predicting future trends. To this end, we’ve invited Chief Strategist at Nordea Markets and Investor at Splishnow.com, Andreas Steno Larsen, to sit down with Ed Harrison on this week’s segment of Real Vision Live where they’ll be discussing global currencies, USD reserve status, and what this could all mean moving forward. Please find charts from the session here: https://rvtv.io/2P9mkas


  • VL
    Victor L.
    15 August 2020 @ 21:00
  • SF
    Steve F.
    7 August 2020 @ 00:12
    Audio was an insult to Andreas. Please send transcript now while still relevant.
  • AH
    Attila H.
    6 August 2020 @ 15:30
    This was a fantastic interview, thanks for shooting my questions to Andreas, please bring him to RV more often - he has huge knowledge of currencies
  • pp
    peng p.
    5 August 2020 @ 23:54
    please add transcript or subtitle
  • MM
    Mike M.
    5 August 2020 @ 13:10
    RV--Would you be so kind to add Closed Caption to this interview or the transcriptions. I would greatly appreciate it. I really looking forward to getting Andreas perspective on currencies. Thank you
  • WR
    WELMA R.
    4 August 2020 @ 13:39
    The audio isn't good. Transcript please!
  • TS
    Thomas S.
    3 August 2020 @ 22:53
    2021 .. EM play. Best play ... ? ... equities, currencies or both ?
  • JB
    John B.
    3 August 2020 @ 19:53
    Really wish you all could ship the person being interviewed better mics. Maybe ship them with a return shipment that way you don't have to buy everyone you interview a mic but we could hear them as clearly as we hear the interviewer.
  • wj
    wiktor j.
    3 August 2020 @ 14:07
    This is why I am a subscriber! This confirms exactly what I was thinking when looking at Euro/USD. Trying to catch the top!
  • LM
    Leon M.
    2 August 2020 @ 16:07
    The audio quality needs some work. It was hard to understand at times.
  • GC
    Gregory C.
    2 August 2020 @ 10:08
    Thanks for asking my question, and essentially getting a response that "affirms" my macro position. A Macro position that in turn was formed from what I have been hearing/learning here.
  • np
    nick p.
    1 August 2020 @ 23:15
    I always love andreas perspective (and eds!). great interview and interesting thoughts on $ positive moves for a biden win.
  • PB
    Paolo B.
    1 August 2020 @ 17:20
    Super smart and solid guy. Make sure you bring him back!
  • DS
    David S.
    1 August 2020 @ 02:07
    Solid interview. I enjoy and always learn from Mr. Larsen. It is interesting to me that Mr. Larsen, Mr. Ollari and other European investment experts have a glimmer of hope that the Euro will succeed. This is refreshing as all I see are the problems in Euroland from afar. It is reasonable to believe that the crisis that will take the Euro one way or the other is the Italian debt. It will be interesting. DLS
  • JA
    Jordan A.
    1 August 2020 @ 01:00
    Great interview. Andreas knows his stuff.
  • JW
    J W.
    31 July 2020 @ 22:05
    Clear eyed thinking and explaining. Same as previous interview, Most remarkable comment for me was his thesis that 2021 could be the year for EM. That surprised me somewhat as I was thinking that an EM resurgence was a more longer term occurrence. Would be great if he could expand on that somewhat, especially in terms of countries and sectors. Thanks for the interview. Good questions by everyone btw!