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U.S. to “Win” Currency Wars?

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Wed, 20 Feb 2013

Currency Wars will most importantly play out at the heart of investors’ portfolios rather than in the blogosphere or on TV. While the focus may currently be on Japan’s efforts to weaken the yen, U.S. investors might be particularly vulnerable. Let me explain. Currency Wars start at home because the

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