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  • What the 'Fiscal Cliff' Means for the Dollar

    What would falling off the cliff mean for the dollar? Using currencies to protect yourself from the cliff, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • Gold to $5,000: Top Strategist

    Is it time to get back into gold? Making the case for the precious metal, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch's MacNeil Curry, CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • Money In Motion, November 30, 2012

    A detailed look at currency trading, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • Why Is the Smart Money Going to Europe?

    Is Europe your best trade? A look at why Europe is suddenly the hot place to be and the euro's next move, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money in Motion traders.

  • Aussie Jumps, Euro Lifts, Korea Cuts

    Month-end selling dents the yen and Mario Draghi lifts the euro — it's time for your FX Fix.

  • Euro to Hit 1.35 by Year-End on Fiscal Cliff Worries

    Paul Mackel, Head of Asia Currency Research at HSBC, says worries about the fiscal cliff will keep the euro well-supported, with a move to 1.35 seen likely by the end of the year.

  • Bank of Japan Poised to Ease and Not For the Last Time

    Regulators in Japan recently counseled regional banks that hold massive amounts of Japanese government bonds to shorten the maturity of their holdings to reduce their interest rate risk. The FT reports.

  • Not Much Dissent to a Change of BOJ Law: Pro

    Ed Ponsi, Managing Director, Barchetta Capital Management says Japan cannot afford to have the USD/JPY under 80 any longer, and that there won't be a lot of dissent if there was to be a change of Bank of Japan's laws.

  • Abe to Face Hurdle to Change BOJ Law: Analyst

    Alastair Newton, Senior Political Analyst, Nomura says that even if the LDP wins next month, it will still have trouble pushing through any laws to change the BOJ as Abe will not have a majority in the upper-house, and will need a 2/3 majority in the diet.

  • Hedge Funds Cite 'Fiscal Cliff' as Top Concern: Survey

    The political squabbles are continuing as the fiscal cliff approaches, but this strategist has a trading plan.

  • How to Play the Euro Now

    It's not easy figuring out whether investors are short the yen, or by how much. But this pro has a way to decipher the currency's prospects.

  • 'Fiscal Cliff' Currency Trade

    The FMHR crew shares the names of potential "special dividend" issuers. Also, a currency play on the U.S. dollar against the Japanese yen, with Kathy Lien, BK Asset Management.

  • Jobless Claims Drop & Q3 GDP Gains

    CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment and the U.S. economy, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Aussie Jumps, Euro Lifts, Korea Cuts

    The euro hangs on fiscal cliff news and the pound feels pressure from rating cut worries — it's time for your FX Fix.

  • Euro to Fall to 1.25: Strategist

    Gareth Berry, FX Strategist, UBS Investment Bank says EUR/USD will fall gradually to 1.25 over the next few months due to improving U.S. data.

  • Global Brightspot: Japan?

    CNBC's Gary Kaminsky takes a look at where to make money in the Japanese market.

  • Aussie Jumps, Euro Lifts, Korea Cuts

    Aid to Spain eases that country's pain but Greek drama still weighs on the euro — it's time for your FX Fix.

  • Is Wall Street on Santa's List? 'So Many Uncertainties'

    Magic tricks and straight answers are all part of being Santa in Japan - at least according to Tokyo's Santa Claus Academy, which trains St. Nicks in a country with little Christian tradition and a Christmas that's far more retail than religion.

  • BOJ Easing Move Seen Unlikely Despite Election Outcome: Pro

    Manpreet Gill, Senior Investment Strategist at Standard Chartered, says he doesn't believe the BOJ will roll out any easing moves in the near term regardless of the outcome of the Japan elections.

  • BOJ Should Keep Easy Policy Until Inflation 1 Percent: OECD

    The Bank of Japan should expand its quantitative easing and keep interest rates virtually at zero until 1 percent inflation is achieved, so as to help ensure an escape from nagging deflation, the OECD said on Tuesday.