Dollar to fall after G20 summit?

With uncertainty about the outcome of the summit removed, the euro/dollar rate should be free to cross the 1.30 threshold, says Mitul Kotecha, head of currency research at Calyon in London. While the conference itself had no direct impact on the French bank's forecast last week, Kotecha pointed to longer-term structural issues that should be able to kick in once the conference is out of the way.

"Residual uncertainty has typified market moves this week," he said. "Once the issues concerning the

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