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An Asian Currency Fund

Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Expertise in trading Asian currencies: (24.33% YTD as of 29.11) - the strategy has been run as a managed account since Feb.06.

A SQUARE :: 05Dec07 An Asian Currency Fund
Category Currency
Author Sona Blessing
Exposure to the more liquid Asian currency pairs
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