Dollar downturn will push investors abroad, panel says

International markets back in vogue as dollar enters bearish cycle and overseas peers raise rates

US markets and currency
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Investors are turning their attention to international and emerging markets, slightly stepping away from the US as an expected increase in monetary policy activity elsewhere begins to pressure the dollar and threaten its multi-year high.

“It is really the year for international. The next two years are for international,” said Samantha Azzarello, a global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, speaking on a four-member chief economist panel at the 14th annual FX Week USA conference, he

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