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As Yen Weakens, Currency Hedged Japan ETFs Pop

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As the Japanese yen begins to depreciate against the U.S. dollar, investors who want to tap into the export-oriented economy may consider currency-hedged ETFs to diminish the negative effects of foreign exchange currency risks. The U.S. dollar now trades at ¥109.7, compared to a low of ¥104 back in March. "It's worth keeping an eye [...] Read more on ETFtrends.com.

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