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Currency managers slip in November

The top-performing fund for November was John W Henry & Company in Boca Raton, Florida, which saw a rise of 3.96% for its International Foreign Exchange Program. A strong performance in almost all geographic regions contributed to the increase, said Julius Staniewicz, senior strategist at the firm.

"Major currencies were unprofitable, but significant gains were made in the South African rand, Polish zloty, Norwegian krone and New Zealand dollar," he said. "The year’s trading has been

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