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    10 Most Traded Currencies in the World

    The Japanese Yen comes in 3rd among the world’s most traded currencies.

    ...official currency of Japan, it is also Asia’s most traded currency. Just like the U.S. dollar serves as a reserve currency, the yen acts very similarly for many Asian countries. According to financial sense, “During times of uncertainty, such as the prelud...

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    Currency Market Trend Analysis: July 11, 2016

    These are the market highlights for some foreign currencies.

    ...- Japanese Yen An election win on Sunday from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has the USD trading at about 102.60 to the yen, showing a 2 percent currency gain since January 29, according to MarketWatch. The question that takes center stage is what ...

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    Japan's Economy Bounces Back Into Recession

    Abenomics plan might have hit rock bottom for the second time.

      Japan's economy contracted in the third quarter as business investment fell, confirming what many economists had predicted: The nation fell into its second recession since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took office in December 2012. Gross domestic ...

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    Fed Outlook: European Shares Freeze As U.S. Dollar Dips

    Currencies struggle as hopes of a Fed rate rise this year grows dimmer.

    ...rges, managing director and member of the investment committee at Carmignac. The euro was up 0.2 percent at $1.1380 and the yen was 0.1 percent stronger at 120.11 to the dollar. "We could get some further weakness in the dollar versus the euro and ...

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