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  • Saturday, 05 Nov 2011

Global foreign exchange market

FIREWORKS were expected at the start of the week after the recent blow-out finish to the risk rally last Thursday in the wake of the European Union (EU) summit. However, price action changed dramatically when the Bank of Japan (BOJ) decided to intervene in the currency markets.

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