London — If you believe the options market, the world’s major currencies are going nowhere fast in 2024.

A world of rapidly rerouted trade, political standoffs, pivotal elections, sparky inflation and widening growth gaps among Group of Seven (G7) nations — it might reasonably be seen as an ideal incubator for volatility in major currencies...

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