Currency speculators may have just found the central bank's "pain threshold."
Trump may play larger role in negotiations between European Union and U.K.
The market should see plenty of movement, positive and negative, as the Trump team works to implement its agenda.
With mystique comes half-truths, quasi-understanding, and unanswered questions.
China's attempts to strengthen its currency could hurt the world economy.
Play the euro's decline to parity with the dollar with an FXE put spread.
Capital is fleeing China like woodland creatures from a forest fire.
Parity with the dollar, if it happens, would be a good thing for the eurozone.
The dollar index's next resistance level is 106, a level created in 2002.
ECB move for tapered stimulus is great for stocks but bad for euro bulls.

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