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The so-called smart money is focused on currencies over bonds in anticipation of the Fed's long-awaited interest rate increase.
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Stocks pop after Fed Statement.
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Buying stocks overseas—including ETFs—can be perilous.
The manager of the largest hedge fund firm in the world is being cautious with his portfolio ahead of a potential interest rate hike.
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