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from ft.com

Normally the trifecta of bonds, equities and currencies follow simple rules. If the euro is stronger, more money is flowing in and either bonds or equities, or potentially both, are rising. If it is flat, euros can move between bonds and equities, so one or other of them could be up, and the other down. If the currency is weaker, then money is flowing out, and investors are selling either bonds or equities (or, less often, both).

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