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Deutsche expects the single currency to end 2016 at $0.90.
NEW YORK, June 11 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks fell on Monday as
Europe’s aid package for Spanish banks did little to alleviate
investor concerns about the euro zone’s finances and a slowdown
in the wider global economy
Consider trading foreign currencies, which just a couple of decades ago was an option mostly restricted to big money investors. Now, it’s widely available to the general public, and generating increasing interest.