President Barack Obama will host Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for talks in Washington Friday. Meanwhile, Japan’s aggressive moves to devalue the yen have been at the center of fears over “currency wars,” which the G20 hoped to dismiss once and for all Saturday. The group of 20 major developed and emerging nations issued a commitment to refrain from competitive devaluations at their meeting in Moscow.
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Trends forecaster Gerald Celente isn’t taking the bait.
“We’re in a currency war,” Celente, the editor and publisher of the Trends Journal, tells The Daily Ticker. “Who are they kidding?"
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