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On Fed Funds and the Year to Come
The Shifting Composition of International Reserves
Taiwan's New Approach to Currency Speculation
What's Moving the Euro?
U.K. Monetary Policy and the Pound
Chinese Debt Offering: Not the Equivalent of a Rate Hike
Diversification and Canada's Reserve Holdings
Currencies and the U.S. Jobs Data
Labor Recovery: Slow, but Steady
Japan: New Finance Policy Will Help Yen Recover
Bad News for Germany
China: A Strong Economy Should Boost Imports
Shorts Expected to Weigh on the Dollar
Russia's New Energy Economy Looks East
Australia's Outlook Gets a Boost
Is Another Norwegian Rate Hike in the Cards?
Greece and the Risk Aversion Theme
Is the Euro Lining Up for a Big Spot Move?
An Unlikely Exit for the EMU?
European Policy, Retail Sales and the Dollar
Political Scandals Not Expected to Hurt Yen
China's Central Bank Continues to Take Nuanced Steps
The Korean Won: Still Vulnerable in the Near Term
Greece: Finally Making Some Progress
VERIZON WILL ACQUIRE YAHOO FOR $4.8 BILLION
MARISSA MAYER: I'm planning to stay
EUR/GBP: 1.1949 USD/EUR: 1.0982 JPY/USD: 106.2090
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