Deutsche's Joe Norena Takes A View; The Euro -


FRANKFURT--Before looking at the topic of how to "succeed" in the euro environment as a market player, let us first look at some comparisons between the EU and Euroland economies and financial markets against those of other dominant countries.

With the combined forces of the European community working together, the euro-zone can and will be as much a dominant force in the international financial markets as the US is today. Moreover, global currency market arrangements have moved from 1990 to 1997

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