Currencies

Look at it as just another currency, rather than a commodity.
Japan's consumption-tax hike and high short interest should propel the yen even higher.
Keep a close eye on the forex market in the coming weeks.
How my call on the Canadian dollar is playing out.
If that eventually happens, it really won't be such a big deal.
The euro, meanwhile, is on the wane.
Shorting the euro seems insane under these circumstances.
Dissatisfaction with currency was strongly evident at the polls.
The tax increase in Japan could send the yen to an all-time high against the dollar.
The austerity measures will keep pressure on the euro to rise.

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