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The Critical Assumption

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Wed, 26 Jun 2013

The European Convergence Bet In 1988, the mutual fund industry introduced a new type of bond fund called short-term multimarket income . The funds were as complex as the name suggested. They were long in the cash and bonds of some currencies and short in other currencies. Their portfolios were diff

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