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  • The Buck Stops Here

    The final word from the currency pits, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • Aussie Break Out

    The Aussie dollar sees a big risk-on move this week. Is the rally for real, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • More Pain In Store for the Yen

    The yen falls to a 9-month low vs. the dollar. Is there more pain coming for the yen? The best way to short it, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money In Motion traders.

  • Euro's Next Move

    The euro nears a 7-month high. Is it euro strength or dollar weakness? Looking at the euro's next stop, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Money in Motion traders.

  • Money In Motion, December 14, 2012

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

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    The dollar fell from a near nine-month high against the yen while the euro surged Friday as U.S. inflation data affirmed the Fed's ultra-easy monetary policy.

  • Not everyone is expecting the yen to tumble. Here's why these strategists expect yen strength in early 2013.

  • Safe Haven Currencies Under Pressure

    David Woo, BofA Merrill Lynch, and Ben Lichtenstein, TradersAudio.com, explain how the Federal Reserve's new bond-buying program is impacting traditionally safe-haven currencies.

  • Can Shinzo Abe Revitalize the Economy?

    PK Basu, MD & Head of Asia Research & Economics, Maybank Kim Eng and Ed Rogers, CEO & CIO, Rogers Investment Advisors discuss whether Abe-san can efficiently weaken the yen and fight deflation.

  • Japan Needs Reforms, Not More Easing: Expert

    Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University says Japan needs structural repair and reforms like those in the Koizumi-era, rather than Shinzo Abe's aggressive easing measures.

  • Can the Euro Rally Continue?

    A currency play on the euro's strong run over the last month, with Todd Gordon, Aspen Trading Group. As leaders prepare to give money to Greece, can the rally continue?

  • Greenback to Trade Around 86 on Potential For BOJ Easing: Pro

    Hamish Pepper, FX Strategist for Asia Pacific at Barclays Capital, says the dollar is likely to trade around 86 yen within 3 months on the likelihood of more easing from the BOJ following the Japan elections.

  • Fed's Policy Guide Posts Are Dollar Negative: Strategist

    Todd Elmer, Currency Strategist, Citi says the Fed's new policy guide-posts are dollar-negative. He says the Fed's rapid expansion of balance sheets and willingness to tolerate higher inflation will undermine USD attractiveness, especially to reserves managers.

  • How to Trade the Euro's Slide

    Land of the rising sun? Not so much, says this pro. He expects yen weakness to continue for some time.

  • Gartman Bullish on Gold?

    Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, discusses his true feelings about the precious metal and explains why he is long gold in yen terms.

  • The Yen Will Weaken?  Nonsense!

    Guests and anchors on Squawk Box Europe debate whether the Yen is still the ultimate safe haven currency of if it is likely to weaken.

  • Will the Euro Perform?

    Klaudius Sobczyk, founder and managing director at Advanced Dynamic Asset Management, tells CNBC that a stronger Euro is needed to balance out weaknesses in the Dollar and the Yen.

  • How Asian FX Will Trade in 2013

    Craig Chan, Head of FX Strategy, Asia ex-Japan at Nomura, talks to Cash Flow about his predictions for Asian currencies next year.

  • KRW to See Little Impact From N. Korea Tensions: Pro

    Adrian Foster, Head of Financial Markets Research, Asia Pacific at Rabobank, says the impact of the North Korean rocket launch on the Korean won is likely to be limited, with markets looking ahead to the central bank meeting this week.

  • Japan Needs to Deregulate Protected Sectors: Pro

    Richard Jerram, Chief Economist, Bank of Singapore says there is no real discussion in Japan about how to fix the problems of the last 20 years. He says Japan needs to deregulate its protected sectors, and the DPJ might be taking that more seriously than the LDP.