The difference between two rate path projections delivered by the Federal Reserve in September and December is pretty clear. Just for comparison, there was only a minority consisting of 9 votes in favour of a more cautious stance with two or more rate cuts three month ago. Ultimately, the cap for monetary policy tightening has been built. And now, under condition if the European Central Bank, as well as the Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank would decide to exercise more shyness in exposing themselves as explicit doves, which is seemingly a likely scenario, this contrast could logically lead to the U.S. Dollar weakening in the mid-term. EUR/USD has already got halfway to cover its recent two-week correction from above 1.10 to 1.0720, making one leap to 1.09 area immediately. Another move to its November highs would be inevitable if the European central bankers would be hesitant or too much focused on the inflation agenda, for example. Swiss Franc could partially replace the U.S. Dollar as a safe haven asset in portfolios. Meanwhile, I prefer to buy the Sterling Pound vs the Greenback as soon as GBP/USD break and hold above 1.2650 psychological resistance, as the pair has enough space to test 1.30, potentially giving the best profit/risk ratio among other bets on U.S. Dollar rivals. I am going to place my stop loss orders to 1.2525 for this deal.