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Mr. Jens Nordvig

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Managing Director of Currency Res...

Nomura Holdings Inc.
Phone: (212) ***-****  
Email: j***@***.com
Local Address:  New York , United States
WWP - 309 W 49th Street
New York , New York 10019
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Company Description: Nomura is a leading financial services group and the preeminent Asian-based investment bank with worldwide reach. Nomura provides a broad range of innovative...   more

Employment History


  • Master's degree , Economics
    University of Aarhus
  • Bachelor's Degree , Economics
    University of Aarhus
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``In coming months we'll be looking ..., 23 Aug 2015 [cached]
``In coming months we'll be looking at import price deflation that is the most severe we've had for many years,'' said Jens Nordvig, a managing director of currency research at Nomura. ``There may be opportunities to fade dollar gains in Group-of-10, where the direction of the Fed really is a key driver.''
New York Chapter of the National Association for Business Economics - NABE, 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Our 2015 Economic Outlook Roundtable, featuring Jens Nordvig, Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income Research, Americas and Global Head of G10 FX Strategy at Nomura Securities, Mark Zandi, Chief Economist for Moody's Analytics, and Chris Varvares, Senior Managing Director and Co-founder, Macroeconomic Advisers, LLC (January 23, 2015 at the Canadian Consulate General)
A weak headline number could push ..., 6 Mar 2014 [cached]
A weak headline number could push the euro to $1.39 or even $1.40, said Jens Nordvig, head of fixed income research Americas and global head of currency strategy at Nomura Securities.
"On current information, they seem pretty far away from easing," said Nordvig. He said the resulting jump in the euro was "very logical" because the markets had priced in some type of action from the central bank, which didn't take place.
Draghi's discussion of inflation was "new way of phrasing that, in my view, kind of de-emphasized the deflation risk," said Nordvig.
Jens Nordvig | MTA Educational Foundation, 12 June 2015 [cached]
Jens Nordvig
Jens Nordvig Jens Nordvig, Managing Director, is Co-Head of Global Markets Research, Americas and Global Head of Currency Strategy at Nomura, the global investment bank. He is responsible for developing Nomura's Research franchise in the Americas, and coordinating the delivery of market-leading content across product lines.
Jens joined Nomura in October 2009, from investment management firm, Bridgewater Associates, where he worked as a Senior Currency Strategist. Prior to that, Jens worked for eight years at Goldman Sachs London and New York in various senior research positions, most recently as a Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Currency Strategy. Before joining Goldman Sachs, Jens was an Emerging Markets Economist with IDEA Global in London.
Jens is ranked #1 in Currency/Foreign Exchange in Institutional Investor's All America Fixed Income 2013 Survey, an accolade he has earned for the third year running. He is also lead author of "Rethinking the European monetary union," one of the finalist essays for the 2012 Wolfson Economics Prize. Jens is also the author of The Fall of the Euro: Reinventing the Eurozone and the Future of Global Investing.
He has taught several courses in macroeconomics and econometrics, and written a book on mathematics and economics in 2001.
Jens received both a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Economics from the University of Aarhus in Denmark, where he also did post-graduate research on new financial crises models.
The article contained an interview with ..., 4 Dec 2007 [cached]
The article contained an interview with Jens Nordvig, a senior currency strategist in New York at Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS).Nordvig said the top currency trade for 2008 will be to sell the U.S. dollar against a basket of Asian currencies, including the currencies of Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan.
In the article, Nordvig cites two reasons why this trade should work next year:Asian central banks should allow faster currency appreciation to offset inflation in their home countries It is becoming costlier for the central banks to enter foreign exchange market The Malaysian, Singaporean and Taiwanese currencies will each gain about 5% to 10% against the dollar in the next year, according to Nordvig.
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