Currency devaluation helps deepen deflationary spiral.
The Fed, China and Japan may have some surprises up their sleeves.
A Fed rate rise would have a bigger impact on the dollar than walking away from Iran.
'Revaluation' as opposed to 'devaluation' is not just an issue of semantics.
Japan's nukes are coming back on, so the yen's outlook is shifting.
It was a surprising move, and its consequences are complex.

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China revaluing its currency surprised markets, but maybe it shouldn't have.
It may actually be the start of currency peace.
If you weren't already convinced that China's economy is in deep trouble, last night's maneuver to devalue its currency should persuade you.
The pound got hammered today, tomorrow could be the dollar's turn.

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