The Japanese yen isn’t behaving like a safe-haven currency, and Deutsche Bank thinks it knows why

For a currency regarded as being a safe-haven asset, the Japanese yen hasn’t been behaving like one of late. While divergent monetary policy settings between the US and Japan has contributed to the ye…
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