Euro Will See A Volatile Start Says FX Analytics' David Gilmore


CONNECTICUT--With currency markets transfixed by emerging markets for the better part of the last two years, there has been little attention paid to the watershed event quickly approaching--the birth of the euro.

Politicians across Europe have successfully hypnotized the financial markets into believing the euro will happen with few hitches. While, investors and central bankers alike will take to the euro like ducks to water.

In an instant, the euro will be considered a reserve currency, they say

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