Forex structurers get it wrong

Forex's unreliable fortunes

fortune-teller

The coming year was predicted to go down in the history of foreign exchange trading as one of the most volatile as the eurozone crisis deepened. The euro has been in freefall since October 2011, and depreciated further at the start of this year, trading at $1.2742 on January 6, according to data from Thomson Reuters. But forex markets have surprised investors in recent months. In February, forex volatility eased dramatically, and the euro forex market is now expected to return to a lower

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