Foreign exchange funds that have based themselves around the strength of the Euro might be running into trouble, according to Reuters. The currency, strong in recent months, has been performing in a lukewarm fashion as of late.

Over the past 12 months, before June’s decline, the Euro had climbed 22% against the dollar. Foreign exchange funds have used this to their advantage, gathering impressive returns from the descent of the U.S. Dollar in the foreign currency market.

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