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Recent policy surprises from the Federal Reserve suggest these three ETFs are likely to perform well into 2014.
Evidence of Bank of England hawkishness has sent the pound to new highs. But the U.K. job market needs to improve for this rally to continue.
Prolonged asset decline makes the yen the second-worst-performing currency.
Low valuations and a highly efficient business model make Silver Wheaton a buy at current levels.
These three dividend yielders should perform well, even if the Fed starts to wind down its bond purchases as expected.
Labor market weakness limits the prospects for large reductions in Fed stimulus.
Changing central bank policy and improving macro data suggest a bottom in the beaten Australian dollar.
Improved manufacturing productivity in China suggests increased commodities demand before year's end.
Slow summer trading conditions are likely to end after upcoming critical events.
The latest growth figures in the U.S. indicate strength, but limited rallies in stocks suggest market attention is centered on other factors.