That is the question to which traders are still searching for an answer.
The bearish euro trade has most likely run its course.
The bearish euro trade has most likely run its course.
The ECB president boosted the euro at just the right time.
Too few people had too many bitcoins, a technology that has been outpaced.
Assuming the DXY does decline, we expect a number of commodities to rally as a result.
Bank of Japan meeting in March is a key factor in recent currency flows.
After charting 3 currency ETFs, UUP and FXY look ready to move higher.
And it could present a buying opportunity for the British pound.
British pound has taken ... well, a pounding.

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