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 These numbers have not been tested yet but recent moves in break even inflation expectations as measured by TIPS and nominals, industrial and commodity metals like gold and copper, and inflation as measured by the Bureau of Labor statistics turning lower (and likely to continue to do so given a host of things including rents, etc.) may portend the turn in the U.S. dollar to higher levels particularly versus the European currency pairs. There is a host of other factors that seemingly should support this that would make capital flow to the U.S. versus Europe.


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