As The Fed Preps For Tapering, Expect More Volatility In Asia

For some time, data by the International Monetary Fund has suggested that the dollar may be losing its draw as a reserve currency. The longstanding debate on the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency will intensify in the coming months.
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