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Dollar debt: a game of Russian roulette

A stronger dollar, and the higher interest rates that go with it, is bad news for emerging markets.

The pound is in for a bumpy ride

On a trade-weighted basis, the pound has hit its highest level since the summer of 2008. But the next few months could be very different.

The best ways to profit from the euro crash

With ECB money-printing and low interest rates, the euro is crashing spectacularly. John Stepek looks at what it means for your investments, and how you can profit.

The US has thrashed other markets – but a turning point may be near

US stocks and the US dollar both have massively outperformed the rest of the world since 2011. But that could soon change, says Dominic Frisby.

How to survive the coming deflation crisis: invest in China

Think deflation is worrying now? You ain’t seen nothing yet, says Jonathan Compton. The best place to hide is China.

The bond vigilantes are back – but today they’re in the currency markets

There’s a war going on in the currency markets – and the main casualty so far is the euro. Dominic Frisby looks at where it is set to go next.

Five threats to your wealth

The threat of Greece leaving the eurozone has investors feeling jittery. But it’s far from the only big risk out there. John Stepek looks at the top five.

The Aussie joins currency wars

The Australian dollar has slipped following the decision of the country’s central bank to cut interest rates.

I correctly predicted the euro would turn up at $1.11

Elliott wave theory has once again proved why it’s an invaluable tool when it comes to trading the euro, says John C Burford.

Which currency peg will collapse next?

Following the Swiss National Bank’s shock decision, investors are asking which country will be next to unpeg their currency.

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