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Why It's Time To Buy Currency Hedged German And Japanese Stocks

The last few days we've talked about the building strength in the oil and natural gas recovery. The other quiet but very meaningful movers in global markets have been yields and the dollar. On that note, the minutes from the last Fed meeting were released today. They said nothing to erode the [...]
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