Currencies

Why do we feel the need to know the reasons behind every move in the market?
Japan has no hope that its newly created yen will be borrowed, sold for dollars and lent into the U.S. Treasury market.
Even if it means a stronger euro, a dovish Fed is better for markets.
ECB's Mario Draghi may expand the QE program, but how much difference would it make?
This would have important ramifications in several areas.
A call spread on this ETF could be used as a play on the yen.
This ETF could fall as low as the $20 level in the coming months. 
Things must be getting really bad in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia's cheap oil policy is backfiring.
The currency has dropped since the FOMC met, and Treasuries are next.

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