Currencies

Foreign central banks buy dollars to strengthen the U.S. currency.
This is the real reason behind the appreciation of the dollar.
The FOMC is now officially concerned about the greenback.
Current selling isn't enough to keep the euro or yen down.
This new form of QE can make or break traders.
A Fed official recently made some interesting comments about it.
The currency is no longer under pressure from Scotland.
Seasonal and fundamental factors could strengthen the euro.
The greenback has had an amazing run but, after Monday's action, the rally's best days may be over.
It is rare in markets to see such one-way trading.

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