Contrarian investors could be enticed by rising fears of euro breakup.
The growth in government spending through Trump's stimulative fiscal policies plus higher rates will weaken the dollar.
The greenback's surge to a 14-year high will test the limits of Donald Trump's pledge to re-tool the U.S. economy.
Beijing's currency falls to an eight-low low.
What's telling is the pound's domination of the euro since the election.
The amount of capital held overseas by U.S. firms today is much higher than in 2005.
Trump's victory could unite and invigorate Europe's moderates against the populists.
His victory is sure to embolden many anti-Europe, anti-establishment, anti-immigration politicians.
The trend for the currency is down so it might be a good to wait before investing in it.
A breakout over $100 should be more likely than a decline below $92.


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