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With risk poking its head out again, emerging market currencies slide, led today by South...

With risk poking its head out again, emerging market currencies slide, led today by South Africa's rand (SZR) and the Hungarian forint. Both country's kept interest rates on hold last night, with South Africa's central bank sounding a bit dovish. Also hit are the Mexican peso (FXM) and India's rupee (ICN)
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  • davidingeorgia
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    Is risk "poking its head out again" or are investors taking their heads out of the sand and seeing that risk is still there and has been all along?
    29 Mar 2012, 12:28 PM Reply Like
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