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Japanese Yen May Have Set Bottom - Here are Our Trade Setups

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The Japanese Yen has started the week sharply higher versus the British Pound, Euro, and US Dollar. Why might it continue higher, and how can we trade it?
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Published: on January 10, 2014

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