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I am a US citizen who has been living and working abroad for over 14 years and am currently in Sweden. As a consequence I have savings in several countries in several currencies; including a 401k, IRAs and stock portfolio in the US that are already diversified internationally.

Can anyone provide advice on how to best consolidate several currencies into a single brokerage account in Europe with access to world markets? I want to avoid unncessary currency exchange losses and exorbitant capital gains tax.
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