The flipside of the Asian crisis

Asian currencies - battered back in 1997 - are now on a cyclical strengthening trend, says top forex fund manager.

Former prop trader and now London-based co-head of global fixed income and currency at GSAM, Philip Moffit runs one of the world's most successful forex funds Here he gives his views on Asian currencies:

Some central banks are your clients, and you regularly talk to them Do you have a sense the central banks in Asia are still moving out of dollars and into euros

Moffit: That's hard to know, because they say something, but you never know whether they've done it As a fund manager you don't necessarily know what your clients do We get asked to help the central banks with some ideas but they don't necessarily tell us it's part of a strategic...

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