Oliver Harvey is a currency strategist at Deutsche Bank where he has particular responsibility for pound sterling and quantitative indicators for FX markets. He conducts fundamental analysis of FX markets and advises clients on the risks and opportunities of currency markets. His work has focused on optimal currency area theory in the context of the UK economy, the risks to the UK's balance of payments and UK monetary policy. He holds a Bachelor of the Arts in history from Oxford University.
Articles by Oliver Harvey:
A well-designed sterling union will be needed if Scotland votes for independence
28 May 2014, 5824 reads