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  1. Strong Dollar’s Downside


    Mon, 15 Dec 2014

    I can’t get up.” Other countries did the dollar no favors by weakening their currencies, but the resulting currency wars appear to have ended along with quantitative easing. Now the dollar is strong and getting stronger. The good news is

  2. Gross: How Could They?


    Thu, 4 Dec 2014

    gets the market’s vote, but you must see the point. Creating more debt with artificially low yields leads to currency wars and exchange rate volatilities that distort global capitalism. Solving a debt crisis by creating more debt cannot

  3. From Barron’s, November 17, 2014 (Part 2)


    Sat, 15 Nov 2014

    where China was 20 years ago. Mutual funds mentioned are FHKCX, WAFMX, MAPTX, MSMLX . Pg 33: Japan may start Asian currency wars as it exports deflation to China and the rest of the world. With Abenomics struggling, and public not happy with the first sales tax increase

  4. Currency Manipulation Mess


    Tue, 14 Oct 2014

    currencies stronger. But in recent years, we’ve had currency wars as competing countries tried to weaken their currencies ..... As Edwards concludes, “The next phase of global currency wars may have begun.” Meanwhile, in China, faked documents

  5. Central Banks’ Low-Rate Folly


    Mon, 11 Aug 2014

    competitive aboard. Lately, China has lowered its currency’s value in a bid to boost flagging economic growth. Currency wars can be so awkward! Not to mention counterproductive. Instead of further monetary accommodation and currency manipulation

  6. Instability the New Normal?


    Mon, 28 Jul 2014

    precious metals; one can diversify to baskets of currencies, possibly be tactical in an effort to stay a step ahead as currency wars may be raging; or one goes up the risk ladder to, say, buy equities. Indeed, equities have performed well relative

  7. Draghi carving a Tombstone?


    Thu, 5 Jun 2014

    negative territories that is potentially dis-inflationary if it is the precursor of the next battle field in the Global currency wars . So now there is at least one interest rate metric in the large global G-7 nations that sports a negative rate

  8. Market Share: The Next Secular Investment Theme


    Tue, 11 Mar 2014

    costs that hurt both profit margins and market share. Currency wars : Emerging markets lose market share In our recent year ..... 14,” we mentioned the increasing probability of currency wars . We believe the global credit bubble has left the global

  9. How to Profit from the Yellen Fed


    Tue, 25 Feb 2014

    kick the can down the road,” and currency investing may allow investors to stay a step ahead of the game in currency wars . To learn more, please register to be notified when we hold a webinar ; our upcoming Webinar this Thursday will specifically

  10. No Honeymoon for Janet Yellen


    Wed, 12 Feb 2014

    like investors to consider the diversification benefits that active currency management provides. An investor wins currency wars by tackling currency risk at its core, while mitigating interest rate and credit risk, and avoiding equity risk altogether

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