The prospect of a rise in U.S. rates, even if it does not come until next year, still contrasts with Europe and Japan, where some believe quantitative easing has years to run. “On the face of it a modest positive for the yen, but we need to see whether or not this continues in the month of April … Typically April sees new foreign investments,” he said.
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- Posted on : April 9, 2015 by Dollar Index