If you are wondering which currency, other than the U.S. dollar, to hold at the start of a new year, past trades show you’ll be better off with euros.Using data analytics platform Kensho, CNBC looked at the average return when holding sterling, euros and the yen against the dollar at the start of a new year.It concluded that for the last three years, you’d have been mostly better off with euros.
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