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Keeping up with the Mexican peso

Want to know how the US election will play out? Then keep an eye on currency movements south of the border

6th November, 2016
There is growing distrust within the investment community of the predictive power of betting odds or polls Getty

Over the past six months, politics has been driving movement in developed financial markets more than any period in the last decade. Usually economic factors like growth and inflation guide investments and dictate asset prices, while politics typically isn’t a dominant force. Under these normal conditions, investors have decades of experience to fall back on and complicated models to support decisions on how to allocate resources efficiently.

However, it is more difficult to...

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