The foreign exchange markets have been busy in the past month with a flurry of interest rate decisions affecting underlying investments and fund launches seeking to exploit the markets.
West AM in London and John W Henry & Co in Florida have launched new funds and added to existing ranges, while the 0.5% rate cut on 6 November in the US affected most major currencies to some extent.
Nigel Jenkins, executive director and head of global fixed income and currencies at West AM, says the group's newly
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