Minimizing Short Selling in Foreign Exchange

Miller, Matthew
December 2002
Bank Technology News;Dec2002, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of short selling in foreign exchange on the economy and global trade in the U.S. Status of currency markets in the country; Protection of the delicate economies; Transparency of the country's foreign exchange markets.


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