Making the most of upcoming volatility

Background: Over the past eight years, the late September/early October G7 finance ministers' meeting has very often proved to be a source of volatility in the currency markets. As this year's meeting approaches, volatility in the FX markets is subdued. However, there are a number of indications that this year's meeting could prove as significant as many of those in the recent past.

Problem: With investors remaining on the sidelines since April, the FX markets have become increasingly moribund

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