Aussie hits a high

There is little doubt that FX markets continued to treat Asian investors with increasing respect in 2003. The interaction of substantial current account surpluses and strong private capital flows to the region generated significant upward pressure on Asian currencies. However, most authorities in the region have successfully kept their currencies artificially weak against the US dollar by intervention. And, as the US dollar’s decline has accelerated, fierce resistance to a weak US dollar has

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