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Managing a losing currency trade. On September 30th, Todd went short the Aussie dollar against the U.S. dollar. How that worked out, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.
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The euro's had quite a run this week, and this strategist says it's time to bail.
Ron Shah, Jina Ventures, discusses the rebound in emerging markets, and how investors can put money to work there.
Europe is moving towards solving its problems, says Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. CNBC's Steve Liesman reports, live from the G20 summit in Europe.
Markets are over their fears that the worst will happen in the world economy as investors hope that Europe will finally find some solution to the debt crisis, Wilbur Ross, WL Ross chairman and CEO, told CNBC Friday.
Spain's debt rating is cut, the G20 is all about Europe, but the sun in shining in Singapore — it's time for your FX Fix.
Slovakia says yes to the expanded bailout fund, but this strategist says the euro's fun is pretty much over.
Hungry for a trading idea that has nothing to do with the mess in Europe? Here's one that's a world away.
China's unhappy, Europe gets a reality check, and Australians are getting jobs - it's time for your FX Fix.
The Nordic country of 5 million people may decide to leave the single European currency and return to its markka if it is forced to cough up funds to support weaker euro zone members, Matthew Lynn, an analyst with Strategy Economics, wrote in a research note on Thursday.
The euro's had quite a run in the last several days. But this strategist doesn't see much more near-term upside.
Risky assets have gotten pounded in recent weeks, and this strategist thinks the worst may be over.
Slovakia's in the spotlight, the Senate goes after China, and the FOMC minutes are coming - time for your FX Fix.
Slovakia will most probably cave in to international pressure and vote for the expansion of the euro zone's bailout fund, but the previous rejection should serve as a lesson, analysts told CNBC.com Wednesday.
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