This is the opposite scenario to the 'Euro Fever' of 2007.
It depends on whether Europe extends sanctions on Russia.
Was last week's selloff real or not?
The Chinese currency is on fast forward. Here's what to look for. 
But they're willing to dive into their own stocks.
The greenback's softness is just a temporary adjustment.
To be afraid of an economy with a strengthening currency is misguided.
Don't go shorting the dollar just yet.
US dollar's strength simply reflects the strength of the economy.
I would start to worry about real estate.

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