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The old financial market maxim "the trend is your friend" has rarely been more appropriate than when applied to the recent falls in oil, government bond yields and the euro, which have been nothing short of dramatic.A look at how equities have performed over the last two years shows that the S&P 500 has risen some 40 percent on its way to a series of record highs.Central to the swings across all financial assets is oil.The oil market is no stranger to longer-term price swings.If the fall in oil has been eye-catching, the move in bond markets has been historic. asked Citi's Englander.Like most people in currency markets, he expects the euro to remain under pressure.
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