Marks, Yen, Francs, Pounds: It's Money In Your BankBruce Hager
For years, about the only way Americans could invest in foreign currencies was to purchase dollar-denominated shares in overseas bond mutual funds or buy the currencies through foreign banks and hold on to them.
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