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The SNB euro peg shift has far-reaching implications
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Euromoney's recent coverage of the hard and soft commodities sector, with a special focus on emerging markets.
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A war of all against all in currency markets will not be pretty. For some countries it may also be too little, too late. The International Monetary Fund has failed in its role as the arbiter of currency values.
The US looks to benefit from a changing energy landscape, at the expense of Russia and the Middle East, while Europe will be happier to be less reliant on those producers.
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