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Don't Fight The Central Banks!

Don't Fight The Central Banks!

5 Years ago | April 19, 2015 00:00:00

by John M. Bland

Forex Market Manipulation
Supposedly we are in an era of "freely-floating exchange rates", but it seems that Forex markets are anything but freely floating. Exchange rate policy often falls under the purview of governments and/or central banks. They are strongly influenced by monetary policy as well. There is a saying in the financial markets: "Don't Fight the Fed". That is because finance is all about money flows and the Fed controls the cost of money.

What follows is a recounting of what has been happening in some of the major "freely-floating" cur

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