How about a show of hands on who thinks the euro is headed lower, asked Goldman's Jim O'Neill at...
How about a show of hands on who thinks the euro is headed lower, asked Goldman's Jim O'Neill at a January hedge fund conference, when the currency was about $1.26. Nearly every hand in the room shot up. Six weeks later, the euro was buying $1.35. "If Europe says something good," writes Upsidetrader, look for a big reversal in the euro, the dollar, and stocks.
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