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October 3, 2014, Vol. 32, No. 19

What they wish for

Mario Draghi worries lest the euro go from hard to very hard. As it is, the single currency buys too much, holds its value too faithfully, the ECB president says in so many words. His preferred North Star? The consensus of speculative opinion concerning the remote future.

Yield on sale

Income is what many need nowadays—while balancing credit and interest rate risk, of course. Herewith, some ideas on how to procure it.

Bonds of debt

A certain Latin American energy company’s debts are ubiquitous. Are bondholders being compensated for the risks they bear? A story of credit, interest rates, politics--and liquidity too.

The dollar’s strength saps Asia’s

Over the past three months, the U.S. Dollar index has rallied by 7.7%. Export powerhouses like South Korea and Japan, you would think, should be booming. They aren’t.

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