Currencies: What to Watch for after the Swiss Surprise
1 Data from Bloomberg.
2 See, “Murder in Zurich,” The Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2015.
3 See, James Shotter, Alice Ross, and Michael Hunter, “Swiss Stun Markets and Scrap Franc Ceiling,” Financial Times, January 15, 2015.
4 Data from Bloomberg.
5 Bond yields data from the Wall Street Journal’s “Market Data” page, January 2014; government finance and economic growth data come from the Department of the Commerce, and the websites of the European Union and Eurostat.
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