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Currency Alternatives to the Euro

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Wed, 8 May 2013

Once considered a currency with safe haven appeal, the euro’s image was first tarnished by the European debt crisis and then further undermined by recent economic and political uncertainties in Cyprus, Spain, and Italy. As a result, many currency investors are looking for other currencies to help w

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