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3 plays on the weak dollar
The dollar has broken to new lows. Here's how to benefit.
November 20, 2003: 10:38 AM EST
By Walter Updegrave, CNN/Money contributing columnist

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NEW YORK (Money Magazine) - Look out below! Those three words pretty much sum up how the U.S. dollar has been faring in global currency markets.

The greenback dropped almost 25 percent against Europe's common currency, the euro, from January 2002 through mid-October 2003, and this week broke to its lowest level ever.

Over that time, the dollar has fallen 15 percent against the Japanese yen.

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Following are three strategies that you can use to benefit from a continued decline in the dollar.

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