By: Forbes Real Time
August 28, 2013 at 09:09 AM EDT
Weary EUR Supported By Weak Long Dollars For Now
Capital markets cannot be too disappointed – the early summer lull, one of the quietest in recent memory, is now becoming a forgotten couple of weeks as we wait for further developments on Syria. How is the rest of the world to react to the "bully-boy" tactics? No one knows just what is to occur; however, renewed saber rattling in the Middle East is having a pronounced effect on Capital Markets. The possibility of military action against Syria has been sending global investors into the perceived and historical safety of US government bonds, the dollar (for the weak longs that is a different situation), the yen, and a flight out of Emerging Market (EM) currencies so far this week.
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