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Reuters – April 2015

As strong dollar weighs, not all small US stocks are beautiful

While in the author’s opinion not all small companies may thrive during a strong dollar environment, portfolio Manager Michael Corbett provides examples of companies whose businesses may included inherent hedges from currency fluctuations. For much more of our own insight regarding trends in the dollar, see our research paper Dollar Strength and Small-Cap Stock Returns.

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