Marc Ostwald, market strategist at Monument Securities, suggested the G-7 statement was intended to take foreign exchange matters off the table at the G-20 meeting.However, he said domestic policies in places such as Japan have spillover effects into foreign exchange markets, "so one might well argue that this is a case of not being able to see the wood for the trees."
EU Ministers Debate Currencies As G7 Gives Warning
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