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Risk Management
10 October 2014 - 16:48, by , in Market Update, News, Comments off
Economic weakness out of Europe coupled with strong job data out of the U.S. has the dollar soaring against the Euro. As a result of a strong dollar, the commodities markets are selling off aggressively as investors take risk off the table including the global equity markets. In addition, weakness out of Europe, China’s biggest...

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