'Grexit' is beginning to be seen as a good thing.
Here is what to watch on Sunday's Greek referendum and beyond.
Alexis Tsipras, eat your heart out; the euro is up again.
No matter what voters decide, Greece can't repay its debts.
Switzerland is famously neutral, but it has fallen into a war it cannot win.   
The Australian currency has shown a propensity for moving higher after the Fourth of July.
Euro's levels show that traders have priced in an end game.
Yellen gave forex traders a green light to take the greenback lower.
All this debt propaganda is about manipulation.
Bank of Japan head's comment means "enough is enough."


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