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  • An ageing population as an excuse for a Japanese currency war

    Financial Times - 03/27/2015
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    There is no more independently determined investment strategy in the world now; everyone in the markets is just trying to follow the next...

  • Brazil's central bank will cease forex program as of April

    Positions and Promotions - 03/27/2015
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    Brazil's central bank announced it will not extend its currency intervention program past March 31. This came as a combination of political problems at home and fears of higher U.S. interest rates push...

  • Currency Wars Prove Useless to Many

    Oxford World Financial Digest - 03/26/2015
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    For many years, especially immediately following the Financial Crisis, currency devaluation was considered a country's primary tool in stoking its economy.

  • U.S. DOLLAR FACTS – Are You So Confident About the USD?

    The Freedom Report - 03/26/2015
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    SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on CURRENCY WARS / GLOBAL RESET / ILLUMINATI / DOLLAR COLLAPSE U.S. DOLLAR FACTS...

  • Marc Faber believes there is no currency war | Pinnacle Digest

    Pinnacle Digest - 03/26/2015

  • A Beijing Boost for This ETF

    ETF Trends - 03/26/2015
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    With bifurcating monetary policies between the U.S. and other developed markets, market observers have been saying global central banks are waging a currency war. Emerging markets cannot be left out of that equation. Of the more than 20 central banks that have lowered interest rates this year, several are emerging markets and hailing from that group are some of the developing world's...

  • Currency war is now a dud as windfall from devaluations vanishes

    livemint - 03/26/2015
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    New York: Currency wars, it turns out, may not be worth fighting right now. While weaker exchange rates have at times throughout history helped stoke economic growth by making countries' exports cheaper, the benefits are becoming hard to find. Nowhere is this more apparent than in developing nations, where currencies have slumped 24% on average against the dollar since 2011. Yet...

  • With Eye On Friday GDP Stat, Brazil Ends Daily Currency Intervention

    Emerging Markets Daily - Barrons.com blog - 03/25/2015
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    The willingness of the Brazil central bank to allow the real to float without increased intervention represents a shift in economic policy taking place that is necessary and positive, according to Nomura analysts. However, Brazil's future intervention decisions depend on the performance of Brazil's real, especially as the U.S. Federal reserve “comes closer to lift-off in its monetaryâ–ª ...

  • Housewives face hard times as food prices hit the roof

    Encomium - 03/25/2015
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    Amidst the unprecedented high exchange rate of the dollar to naira, currency devaluation and inflation threatening the Nigerian economy, housewives admit the situation is getting out of hand. ENCOMIUM Weekly asked some of them how they are coping with the hard times. How have you been coping with the recent rise in prices of foodstuff? We are managing. What do you think is...

  • U.S. rate hike could deepen currency depreciation in Latin America

    Breaking News Trinidad and Tobago - 03/24/2015
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    Latin America remains susceptible to higher U.S. rates and further currency depreciation, Moody's Investors' Service said in its Latin America Bank Debt Report yesterday. "Currencies from the Brazilian real to the Mexican peso have weakened versus the dollar, especially over the last three months, reflecting a combination of higher expected US interest rates and weakening domestic...

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